DBus in a local network
qa_tridang at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 15 01:35:57 PDT 2008
I'd like to know if it is a heavy load (for example, to modify application code, ...) to make my application work in DBus / TCP.
I wrote it in API-Low-Level Dbus (C language). It works well at present in a machine, but not in the multi-host environment.
Have you an idea of this ?
Date: Sun, 14 Sep 2008 19:22:00 -0700From: g.p.washburn at gmail.comTo: qa_tridang at hotmail.com; dbus at lists.freedesktop.orgSubject: Re: DBus in a local network
If you are using the reference implementation of DBus for a dbus-daemon you also need to patch the daemon to permit anonymous connections.There was a patch posted a little while back on this list. If you dig around in the archives you'll find it.I don't have the source code with me at the moment otherwise I'd post it.It works great for low-bandwidth API based RPC over the network. Security considerations aside of course.G.P.
On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 4:24 PM, Avery Pennarun <apenwarr at gmail.com> wrote:
On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 7:03 PM, KHOA NGUYEN <qa_tridang at hotmail.com> wrote:> I do not find any documentation ... about this interface Dbus-daemon / tcp> socket.> Do you know where I can find some doc. / sample codes to do it ?> Best regards.Yeah, the documentation isn't obvious. Look in "man dbus-daemon" forthe <listen> section. More specifically, take your/etc/dbus-1/whatever.conf and change the <listen> line from somethinglike this: <listen>unix:tmpdir=/tmp</listen>to something like this: <listen>tcp:port=1234</listen>Apparently you can have more than one <listen> section and it'lllisten on all of them, but I've never tried it.
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