move libusb from /usr/lib to /lib
cmadams at hiwaay.net
Wed Jun 23 13:08:45 UTC 2010
Once upon a time, Richard Hughes <hughsient at gmail.com> said:
> On 23 June 2010 13:33, Rob Crittenden <rcritten at redhat.com> wrote:
> > You're misunderstanding what this does. It doesn't cut power to the
> > computer while its on. The process looks something like:
> > - nut signals the UPS to shut down in x seconds (default 120)
> > - nut halts the machine
> > - after x seconds the UPS shuts down
> So to turn on the computer you have to power on the UPS and then the
> computer? Does anybody actually use this functionality in the real
This isn't the normal shutdown, only the power-has-failed mode.
IIRC, this is a response to line power failure and UPS battery drain.
With at least some model UPSs, if you shut them down like this, when
line power returns, the UPS automatically turns back on. If you have
the computer configured to auto-turn-on when power returns, it'll boot
back up when the UPS turns on. The idea is the system runs as long as
possible on UPS, and then automatically comes back on when line power
Chris Adams <cmadams at hiwaay.net>
Systems and Network Administrator - HiWAAY Internet Services
I don't speak for anybody but myself - that's enough trouble.
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