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Hello I have a client that has a Linux server that she woudl like to have powerchute working. I have only worked with powerchute on netware boxes, what do I do on a linux server?
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Download it from http://www.apcc.com/tools/download/software_comp.cfm?sw_sku=SFPCBE702 (requires registration). The release notes are on the same page. I suggest you read them before you do anything. Post back if you have any problems.
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APC has a rpm and bin package for there powerchute business edition.  I have it running on SLES 8.0 with no problem.
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