[CentOS] (a) WinPower RPM available? (b) where to install if use tar.gz file?

Lanny Marcus lmmailinglists at gmail.com
Sun Mar 1 21:43:18 UTC 2009


On Sun, Mar 1, 2009 at 3:06 PM, Joseph L. Casale
<JCasale at activenetwerx.com> wrote:
>>When I try to
>>start the ups daemon, I get the below error:
>>
>>ups failed. The error was: Starting UPS driver controller: [FAILED]
>>Starting upsd: [FAILED]
>>Starting UPS monitor (master): [FAILED]
>
> I have never used NUT before, I just knew it existed. Apcupsd has
> always done what I need but I would check the logs, I have no doubt
> they would show what is wrong. Have made any initial config?

Joe: Thank you for replying again! This is a learning experience for
me. I just finished getting at the WinPower Linux stuff. Not at all
what I expected! Everything seems to be JRE.  I didn't see any Linux
source files, etc., so now I assume that it is not open source and
this is not the software for me to learn how to "roll my own" RPM
with. With some other software, another day, I will begin to learn
about packaging. I just installed WinPower, the Software specified by
the UPS manufacturer, the old fashioned (non RPM way) which is highly
not recommended. After I send this email, I will try to configure it
and see if it works properly. If not, back to apcupsd and nut..... I'm
going to cut out the rest of your reply. I read part of a book  on
rpm.org so now I have the beginnings of understanding how to package
something. Your help is much appreciated! Lanny
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