Sorry, there seems to be a problem with this working properly, see end of post I've been looking for ages for a way to have my APC UPS run as a network UPS master, and instruct the Macs on my network to shut down automatically during a power loss.
Then I spent some more time on the net and have now found a way that even has a nice menubar GUI for the Macs! So figured I would write it all out in case it helps anyone else. I'm no expert at all and try to avoid command-line stuff whenever possible, this is just a combination of steps I found on the net and managed to piece together. Last edited: Oct 20, Resources Blog Articles Deals. Menu Help Create Join Login.
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Save Time NOW. User Ratings 4. However, you would need to use NUT's 'upssched' to schedule the slave Macs to shut down after a given amount of time on battery macosx-ups does only signals On Line or On Battery, not Low Battery.
If you need help setting things up, feel free to subscribe and post a question to the nut-users list:. It is mostly command-line based, but it has an OS X installer, and it also handles the process of detaching ioupsd that John Lockwood mentioned earlier. Jan 3, 1: I tried Fink and MacPort but got failed to set it up.
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John Lockwood John Lockwood. Desktops Speciality level out of ten: APCTracker, you're right, seems like a last resort due to the cost. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. Thanks for the suggestions.