naive question ...
tal00r at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Wed Apr 28 01:11:44 EST 2004
On Tue, Apr 27, 2004 at 04:41:17PM +0200, Tako Schotanus wrote:
> Sean Middleditch wrote:
> >Go take a look at HAL, it does these things.
> Well HAL (http://freedesktop.org/Software/hal for those people who like
> me were maybe wondering where it could be found) seems to be only for
> 2.6 kernels so that's no option.
> Besides the fact that I think that small example that show off how dbus
> works should be found _here_ instead of having to look around (and look
> _hard_!) to find them.
Some more projects using D-BUS:
The zero-install daemon acts as a bus itself, without using the glib
bindings. Complicated C code.
Desktop session manager. Starts a D-BUS session daemon on startup and
registers itself as a service. Provides D-BUS objects to control
XSETTINGS and the session process itself. The session process is
written in C (using the glib D-BUS bindings), while the logout box is
Python which sends messages to the daemon via D-BUS.
Nice small Python program that lets you configure XSETTINGS. Sends
requests to XSETTINGS manager (ROX-Session) via D-BUS.
Thomas Leonard http://rox.sourceforge.net
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