Release Notes: This version includes both a number of driver additions and some cleanup of old code. A new driver, "nutdrv_atcl_usb", was added. The snmp-ups driver now supports the XPPC-MIB. A fallback sub-driver was added to nutdrv_qx to support Q1 protocol UPSes. FreeBSD devd.conf files are generated to automatically change ownership of supported USB UPS device nodes to match the configured NUT username. Since the FreeDesktop.org Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) has been deprecated, the NUT HAL support has been removed.
Release Notes: This is the first release after the transition from Subversion to Git. NUT can now be configured to use either OpenSSL or Mozilla NSS for securing client-server connections. Many drivers have been updated, including extensive rewrites of the bcmxcp and apcsmart drivers. The nutdrv_qx driver is a more flexible successor to the blazer_ser/usb drivers, and now handles the Voltronic protocol. The new apcupsd-ups driver is a bridge to Apcupsd NIS servers. Tripp Lite has provided extensive compatibility information and testing results for their USB PDC HID models.
Release Notes: This release fixes a regression in upssched and introduces support for a few more devices. It also contains a new implementation of the mge-shut driver. Support for several new devices was added. This release also includes a new meta-driver, macosx-ups, which monitors any UPS which integrates with the Mac OS X Power Sources subsystem (Energy Saver control panel). The set of monitored variables is limited, but further development is planned.
Release Notes: This release fixes an important vulnerability in upsd (CVE-2012-2944: upsd can be remotely crashed). A static source code analysis has been performed using Coverity, and 12 issues were fixed. New "LIST CLIENTS" and "NETVER" commands were added to the NUT network protocol. The developer guide's "Network protocol information" section was updated with information. Support for many new devices was added. Improvements were made to the apcsmart, bcmxcp, bestfortress, blazer_*, newmge-shut, oneac, snmp-ups, and usbhid-ups drivers.
Release Notes: This version adds support for Cyber Power Systems hardware with SNMP RMCARD, Dynamix 650VA USB, LDLC UPS-1200D, Tecnoware UPS ERA LCD 0.65, Powercom BNT-xxxAP (USB ID 0d9f:0004), and various USB devices using UPSilon 2000 software. The nut-scanner tool has been modularized even further, dynamically opening libraries for features such as USB, IPMI and SNMP. HP/UX packaging and AIX compilation have been improved. Additional bugfixes for various drivers (including blazer_usb with invalid USB vendor IDs 0000 and FFFF) are noted in the NEWS file and ChangeLog.
Release Notes: NUT can now monitor power supply units (PSU) in servers, through IPMI, using the new experimental 'nut-ipmipsu' driver. A new tool, 'nut-scanner', can be used to discover supported devices, both local and remote. It will help to ease the configuration steps, and power infrastructure discovery. There are also minor updates to usbhid-ups, bcmxcp, and snmp-ups, along with major improvements to apcsmart.
Release Notes: This release definitely fixes the recent USB regression, distributes the Perl module, and adds many new devices, features, and bugfixes. 2.6.0 previously included the complete documentation revamping using AsciiDoc. This includes a new Web site, user manual, developer guide, packager guide, and manual pages, available in various formats (single and multiple pages HTML and PDF at the moment). Augeas support has been added too, along with many new devices, features, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes IPv6 detection at build time, and was released right after 2.4.2, which includes many improvements to USB support, library detection, OS support, and driver debugging. Several drivers (such as snmp-ups, apcsmart, and usbhid-ups) have been enhanced to support additional devices. The bestfortress driver has been reintroduced, and the ivtscd driver was added to support IVT Solar Controller Devices. The clone driver (formerly known as 'virtual') now provides flexible ways to present switchable outlets to clients as though they were complete UPSs.
Release Notes: The main motivation for this release was a change to the 'make clean' target for USB udev/hotplug/HAL scripts. If you build from a clean source tree, this change will not affect you. This release also adds the microdowell driver.
Release Notes: This release includes preliminary support for Power Distribution Units (PDUs), either natively or through a binding to the Powerman daemon. It also includes support for several new devices, and a new "repeater" mode for the dummy-ups driver. Support for tcp-wrappers was added to replace NUT's non-standard ACL system. NUT also includes a new Python-based client library and GUI.