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Old 28th May 2008, 12:01 AM
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I just ran clean install of F9 on my computer and added NUT 2.2.

The F9 does not find UPS. It does not appear in lsusb list of devices.

The UPS itself looks ok: WinXP recognizes it and process connection/disconnection correctly. In addition, it was correctly recognized once, but since then I failed miserably. The USB looks ok also: at very least, my mouse runs like from a cat.

I am sure I am doing something stupid. Being newbie I might "fix" something unintentionally. But I plainly do not know, where to look.

Processor: Athlon XP 3000+,
Motherboard: Soyo SY-K7VME
Chipset: VIA KM400

I will appreciate any troubleshooting suggestions.
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Old 28th May 2008, 12:21 AM
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P.S. I just tried Kubuntu 7.04 Live CD. It recognized UPS once (although not immediately), the next time ignores it (at very least, does not detect for 10 minutes).
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