Note: This is an unofficial project, and is in no way supported or endorsed by the Network UPS Tools developers.
The module itself requires only Python (2.7 or 3.5+).
If you wish to run the tests, do
pip install -r requirements-testing.txt.
from nut2 import PyNUTClient client = PyNUTClient() client.help() client.list_ups() client.list_vars("My_UPS")
Please note that this module has completely and intentionally broken backwards compatibility with PyNUT 1.X.
See inline documentation for more usage information.
Just use pip:
pip install nut2
The following information is copied from the original PyNUT README:
This directory contains various NUT Client related Python scripts, written by David Goncalves, and released under GPL v3.
- "module": this directory contains PyNUT.py, which is a Python abstraction class to access NUT server(s). You can use it in Python programs to access NUT's upsd data server in a simple way, without having to know the NUT protocol.
To import it on Python programs you have to use the following (case sensitive) : 'import PyNUT'
This module provides a 'PyNUTClient' class that can be used to connect and get data from an upsd data server.
To install the PyNUT module on Debian/Ubuntu, copy it to: /usr/share/python-support/python-pynut/
This directory also contains test_nutclient.py, which is a PyNUT test program. For this to be fully functional, you will need to adapt the login, password and upsname to fit your configuration.