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** Reply to message from "Bob" <ubuntu-qygzanxc at listemail.net> on Thu, 19 Jun
2014 13:38:09 -0700
> I have a UPS and have installed the NUT Monitor. I have just noticed that it
> has not been running for a while. At startup the NUT window closed before I
> could see any error messages so I started it from the command line. I assume
> the reason it stopped running is that a driver has not been installed after an
> Ubuntu update. Being a somewhat newbe to Ubuntu I had expected that an update
> would not cause this kind of problem.
The file /etc/nut/upsd.users was over written, most likely by a system update.
The file /etc/nut/ups.conf had not been changed.
> Do I need to uninstall the NUT Monitor and reinstall it or is there another way
> to get the driver working?
I removed the NUT-Monitor and reinstalled it. I am getting the same results as
> Is there a way to tell when I need to do that after an update?
> bob1 at Jupiter:/$ NUT-Monitor
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/usr/bin/NUT-Monitor", line 901, in <module>
> gui = interface()
> File "/usr/bin/NUT-Monitor", line 216, in __init__
> File "/usr/bin/NUT-Monitor", line 685, in connect_to_ups
> commands = self.__ups_handler.GetUPSCommands( self.__current_ups )
> File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/PyNUT.py", line 173, in GetUPSCommands
> raise Exception, result.replace( "\n", "" )
> Exception: ERR DRIVER-NOT-CONNECTED
What program do other people use to monitor a UPS?
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