As I told you before some time ago there are no reasons why the INFO module shouldn't work when the IMGDUP module isn't installed. Could you please tell me again how you notice that the INFO module doesn't work?
Did you installed the IMGDUP module again after the whole repair actions. Keep in mind how the IMGDUP module works: during its installation it just creates a copy of the complete directory tree /img/.... to the place /raid/data/module/IMGDUP/img and when it is enabled it moves /img to /img.SAVE and creates a symbolic link /img which points to /raid/data/module/IMGDUP/img (the clone directory).
So whenever a new /img directory tree is delivered by an firmware upgrade the /img clone directory needs to be updated too. Whenever the IMGDUP module gets uninstalled the clone directory is deleted - so installing IMGDUP again will build the clone directory again but now from the updated /img directory.
And there is another feature of the IMGDUP module: before its uninstallation it compares the original /img tree with the clone /img tree and stores all modified files in a tar file into the directory /raid/data/module/backup/IMGDUP. When installing the MGDUP module again and after it has created the clone directory it restores all of the modified files from he said backup tar file. I thought this is a good idea because by that you won't loose your changes. But for firmware upgrades it could be wrong in the case where your modified scripts are also modified by the update.
So please do a test and after uninstalling the IMGDUP module move all the files /raid/data/module/backup/IMGDUP/... to some other place and install the IMGDUP module again. Maybe I have a bug in the IMGDUP module or something has changed for firmware 1.00.07 - I need to do some more checks (but not tonight ).
Regarding your request for the APC UPS and JAVA: it would be nice to have an java package on the N5200 but unfortunately I will not have the time to check this right now. I will be on a business trip starting next Tuesday for about two weeks....
But isn't your UPS supported by the UPS support which is already available on the N5200?
When you click on the name under the module management, it is suppose to work, this is what I mean when I say the preference page of the module. There is currently a bug in part of the Thecus code that modules define as being release by Thecus does not work and gives you the "no name given" error. Omega found this and has notified Thecus already. Thecus is working on fixing this, but it is not in the current firmware.
There are a few ways to use the modules at this time.
1. Go directly to the link by creating a shortcut. For the INFO, it would be: http://<N5200 Address>/adm/getform.html?name=../modules/INFO/www/index
-Note: You must enable the password saving feature for the web browser, or you will have to login first, then put this address into the web browser. When you get the blank screen, just wait, it takes a moment to get all the info. --- I never set my browser to save password, so I don't use this way. Too cumbersome for me.