[Nut-upsuser] Eaton Powerware 5110 UPS
kjell.claesson at telia.com
Tue May 9 05:34:14 UTC 2006
I don't think PW5110 is a hid device.
Make this entry into the 'ups.conf'
driver = bcmxcp_usb
port = auto
shutdown_delay = 60
desc = "USB ups"
Then try to run the driver like this
( You may give the full path or cd to the
bcmxcp_usb -DD -a pw5110 -u root
And report back if you get some response.
tis 2006-05-09 klockan 16:33 +1200 skrev John Anderson:
> I am wanting to use NUT to connect to an Eaton Powerware 5110 UPS using
> USB to connect.
> - I am using NUT 2.0.2
> - I have compiled it with USB support
> - I can see that the UPS is registered as connecting in /var/log/messages
> eg usb 3-1: USB disconnect, address 3
> usb 3-2: new low speed USB device using uhci_hcd and address 4
> But I don't know how to progress from here. I have used the following
> mkdir /dev/usb
> mkdir /dev/usb/hid
> mknod /dev/usb/hid/hiddev0 c 180 96
> mknod /dev/usb/hid/hiddev1 c 180 97
> mknod /dev/usb/hid/hiddev2 c 180 98
> mknod /dev/usb/hid/hiddev3 c 180 99
> However, I'm not sure how to check that there is a link between hiddev0
> and the USB device that's registering above.
> - In a fit of woeful optimism I have configured ups.conf to connect to
> hiddev0 but I get this error when I run upsdrvctl
> hiddev path open /dev/usb/hid/hiddev0: No such device
> Driver failed to start (exit status=1)
> I have been looking to this document
> (http://www.vttoth.com/ER-OF800.htm) as well as attempting to follow the
> nut FAQ:
> If anyone could please help me that would be much appreciated.
> Kind regards,
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