There are several Belkin USB devices with USB support under linux, according to http://www.linux-usb.org/devices.html. You'll need at least a 2.4.10 kernel, from the looks of it.
You didn't mention a model number so you'll have to search through the list yourself.
Spot, I looked at those links and someone suggested downloading the Belkin Serial UPS software. So, I did and I installed it to the USB port (dont know if I did the correct one) When it tried to run it, it said it couldnt communicate with the UPS. So, I figured I would try again and try a different port. Well, it wont let me since it says the UPSD Daemon is runnning. How do I stop it from running. It wont let me install again or unistall. Thanks.
Me again. I figured out how to uninstall the software (but not stop the process)...So, how do I find which port it is on, or can I somehow map it to a com port? I went into Yast2 and it shows the UPS, but doesnt give info on which port....