American Power Conversion (APC) APC Back-UPS 500VA Driver Download

Download the latest version of the APC Back-UPS 500VA driver for your computer's operating system. Visitors have downloaded this file "UPS.tar.gz" 56 times with an aggregate rating of 3 out of 5 stars based on 7 reviews. The total disk space used for this update is 7.6 KB.

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Supported Models

APC Back-UPS 500VA

Manufacturers

American Power Conversion (APC)

Supported Operating Systems

Linux, Other Unix

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Additional Notes

This is automated shutdown software for the APC UPS Back-UPS 500VA model, designed to apply to others as well. This is a Program I wrote in and for Linux in my spare time and I am NOT a programmer or any type of legalist, so I claim NO RESPONSIBILITY for you using it! But, it should work fine, and the source is included if you need to modify it. ENJOY

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Glen Dosey (DG Member) on 27-Jun-2000

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