How to create a DBus server

Jamie McCracken jamiemcc at
Sat Jan 21 04:04:24 PST 2006

John (J5) Palmieri wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-01-18 at 11:59 +0100, Jakub Piotr Cłapa wrote:
>>tang wrote:
>>>Hi everyone,
>>>i found some codes like these:
>>>server = dbus_server_listen( "unix:tmpdir=/tmp",  &error );
>>>dbus_server_set_new_connection_function( server,
>>>                                           dbusNewConnection,
>>>                                           0,  0 );
>>>but i don't know what's the next thing to do?
>>>How to use the server addree?
>>>How to connect the server?
>>>who can get me a full example(c/s)? or a document.
>>That's probably not really supported (it could be, but allowing p2p 
>>communication is not the main goal). DBus is meant to be used with a 
>>shared server (called message bus) which can be global to a machine or 
>>local to the user's session.
> It is supported.  HAL uses p2p to avoid spamming the bus.  However it is
> a bit more complicated than using the bus to communicate.  Tang, can you
> describe how you want to use D-Bus?

Just a quick question on DbusServer. Can it be used for remote machine 
access via tcp/ip? Or is tcp/ip support disabled for security reasons?

Mr Jamie McCracken

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