Thanks for your help.
Seems to be mostly ok except am getting error access denied. See below.
I see from searching this is a common error but so far I can't find a fix.
This is how I configured things before make and install.
created group nut
created system user ups with group nut.
Create statepath directory.
sudo mkdir -p /var/state/ups
sudo chmod 0770 /var/state/ups
sudo chown root:nut /var/state/ups
./configure --prefix=/usr --with-usb --with-user=ups --with-group=nut
Had to enable both these services. They weren't enabled by default.
sudo systemctl enable nut-server
sudo systemctl enable nut-monitor
$ sudo /usr/sbin/upsmon -DD
Network UPS Tools upsmon 2.7.4
0.000000 fopen /var/run/upsmon.pid: No such file or directory
0.000143 UPS: defender@localhost (master) (power value 1)
0.000270 Using power down flag file /etc/killpower
0.000422 debug level is '2'
0.003814 Trying to connect to UPS [defender@localhost]
0.004327 Login on UPS [defender@localhost] failed - got [ERR
5.004467 pollups: defender@localhost
5.004630 parse_status: [OL]
10.004764 pollups: defender@localhost
10.004922 parse_status: [OL]
15.005048 pollups: defender@localhost
15.005208 parse_status: [OL]
20.005319 pollups: defender@localhost
20.005485 parse_status: [OL]
25.005600 pollups: defender@localhost
25.005762 parse_status: [OL]
^C 25.379863 Signal 2: exiting
25.379899 Dropping connection to UPS [defender@localhost]
upsmon.pid is in /run directory. upsmon is looking for it in /var/run.
/var/state/ups contains blazer_usb-defender, blazer_usb-defender.pid and
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
On 17/09/17 02:28, Charles Lepple wrote:
On Sep 15, 2017, at 11:15 PM, MTS <mts5...@bigpond.com> wrote:
I thought it might be problematic. I am really frustrated I cannot get it
working on Solus.
I use Solus way more than Mint these days and it would be nice to have NUT
If you describe the problems you are having when trying to build it, maybe we
Please use reply-all to keep the list CC'd.
Nut-upsuser mailing list