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Description of problem:
After I installing the nut package (Network UPS Tools), and configure it to my particular UPS (a Powercom knockoff) I noticed that upsd isn't properly managed by system-config-services. Specifically, checking it to start at boot time won't actually start the daemon at boot time. Also, clicking "Start" or "Restart" doesn't start the deamon.
In order to get NUT running, after every reboot, I have to manually type:
Afterwards, system-config-services correctly shows that upsd is running and is able to stop the daemon if I click "Stop", but again is unable to restart the service.
Other that that, NUT functions perfectly.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install NUT and configure for a UPS.
3.Check system-config-services and notice upsd is not running.
Actual Results: upsd does not start at boot time
Expected Results: upsd should start at boot time
*** Bug 175901 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
MODEL=NONE is the default setting.It should work, if you change it to
MODEL=upsdrvctl. You find the config file in /etc/sysconfig/ups.
I will build new nut package into FC4 update this week, which should fix
this problem. Thanks for your report.