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Re: Nut,usb and installation



Markku Kolkka wrote:
david walcroft kirjoitti viestissään (lähetysaika maanantai, 26. syyskuuta 2005 08:39):

Sep 26 15:35:05 reddwarf upsd[4089]: /var/run/nut is world
readable Sep 26 15:35:05 reddwarf upsd[4089]:
/etc/ups/upsd.conf is world readable


chmod those files to 600 or 640.


Sep 26 15:35:05 reddwarf upsd[4089]: Can't connect to UPS [powermate3105]
(upsdrvctl-hiddev0): No such file or directory Sep 26 15:35:10


Your UPS driver isn't configured correctly and doesn't start.


reddwarf upsd[4105]: Startup successful Sep 26 15:35:10
reddwarf upsd[4105]: writepid: fopen
/var/run/nut/upsd.pid: Permission denied


Check the ownership and protection of /var/run/nut/ and the files in it.


Sep 26 15:35:10 reddwarf upsmon[4108]: Startup successful
Sep 26 15:35:10 reddwarf upsd[4105]: Rejecting TCP connection
from 127.0.0.1


Change the access controls in upsd.conf to allow connections from localhost.

Markku,
you have been a great help but 'nut'is becoming to complicated and confusing for me (Bi-Polar, Depression, etc) to get configured,its actully depressing me working on it.It looks as if my powermate will finish up as a power filter and not a ups. It says little for Linux where one service (ups) takes 3> programmes,7> confifig files to get up and running, the M$ jibe about Linux is built by geeks for geeks has a gem of truth!!

  david


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