Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 65188
Unable to control ups from the command line
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:42:40 EDT
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Description of problem:
After upgrading to 7.3 I am no longer able to send instant commands to the
ups. It will not allow me to authenticate.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Send upscmd -u admin -p passwd ups@localhost fptest to the ups.
Actual Results: Instant command failed: Access denied
Expected Results: Ups should perform a front panel test.
It appears that the config file formats for nut have changed and that someone
updated the but rpm to the latest version of nut without checking what they
were upgrading to. There are various man pages missing and the config files in
some cases do not even have the same names. More info available upon request.
you have to set the permissions for the information server upsd in
I will add more man pages in 0.45.4-3. You will find it in the next rawhide
What does that mean?? Set the permissions to what?? What is "the information
I have an /etc/ups/uspd.users that works when I use the rpms from
When I use the rpms from redhat it does not work. Same file, same permissions.
I am closing this since obviously no one is interested. Besides I am
not sure if it is still an issue or not.