On Nov 26, 2017, at 3:15 PM, Sam Varshavchik wrote:
> Charles Lepple writes:
>> still looking for volunteers to test the libusb-1.0 code on FreeBSD and 
>> other systems.
> On Fedora 27, running commit 2999c95f0:

Thanks for checking this. I should have been more clear in the second email in 
the thread, but commit 2999c95f0 is on the original "libusb-1.0" branch, which 
had a bunch of half-duplicated commits and other junk on it. There is now a 
"libusb-1.0+0.1" branch with all of that cleaned up. Originally just at 
https://github.com/zykh/nut.git, it is now on 
https://github.com/networkupstools/nut with a few additions (currently at 
revision 80bc452cc).

> # nut-scanner
> Cannot load USB library (/usr/lib64/libusb-1.0.so.0.1.0) : 
> /usr/lib64/libusb-1.0.so.0.1.0: undefined symbol: usb_get_string_simple. USB 
> search disabled.

Although I suspect that the USB portion of nut-scanner could probably be 
replaced with a small shell script that parses the output of lsusb, this 
shouldn't be too hard to fix. Logged, in case it is not as simple as it looks: 

> There's also a bug in the configure script on 64 bit Fedora. The configure 
> script sets systemdsystemshutdowndir to /usr/lib64/systemd/systemd-shutdown 
> which misses the mark, a little bit. The fix:

Agreed - looks like we will have that after a merge from master:

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