[dbus]How to verify the capability of dbus IPC between machines
thiago at kde.org
Mon Nov 28 08:28:34 PST 2011
On Monday, 28 de November de 2011 15.59.42, 尹YinXiaobiao wrote:
> Hi all
> I am a newbie at Dbus and this is my first mail in this maillist.
> By some investigate and look at the source code,I know that dbus
> is using socket(tcp & unix domain socket) to transfer data.
> So it is possible for communication between two machines(or VM).
Right, it's possible.
> Now my question is how to vevify this capability by dbus-send command.
> Can anyone give me a hint?
Just send the message you want to send. You know the address of the bus server
to connect to, so pass it in the --address= option. You know that address
because you configured the other machine with it.
> Someone tell me that dbus do not listen on TCP by default,how to
> enable TCP listen?
Create your own config file and change the <listen> directive to be on TCP.
Remember: D-Bus TCP is unauthenticated an unencrypted. It accepts connections
from anywhere and trusts it blindly.
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