Charles Lepple writes:
I don't currently have a physical Fedora test system, but can you see if this works at least as well as it did prior to the libusb-1.0 branch? (I have a few kludges in my tree to make this work on a Raspberry Pi, but they are not ready to push.)https://github.com/networkupstools/nut/commit/ 170c0ee390c7ecdfb7d86d3b8ee6ca4240f72c2a or checkout branch fix_usb_scan_issue_499 from that Git repo.
Yes, that did the trick. [root@monster ups]# nut-scanner Scanning USB bus. No start IP, skipping SNMP Scanning XML/HTTP bus. No start IP, skipping NUT bus (old connect method) Scanning NUT bus (avahi method). Scanning IPMI bus. Decided to ^C out of this, instead of waiting for it to time out, then: [root@monster tmp]# nut-scanner -U Scanning USB bus. [nutdev1] driver = "usbhid-ups" port = "auto" vendorid = "0764" productid = "0501" product = "CP1500PFCLCD" serial = "000000000000" vendor = "CPS" bus = "006"
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