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Mark S. Townsley
mstownsley at gmail.com
Wed Jun 28 12:00:44 PDT 2006
Thanks. I am using the system bus so
I should do this instead:
dbus-daemon --system --print-address >/tmp/output 2>&1 &
Is that correct?
On 6/28/06, Havoc Pennington <hp at redhat.com> wrote:
> Mark S. Townsley wrote:
> > Can someone suggest a good way to debug this send problem? I tried
> > various things but running out of ideas.
> Here are the steps to verbose-debug something:
> $ dbus-daemon --session --print-address >/tmp/output 2>&1 &
> $ head -1 /tmp/output
> [should print the address of the bus just launched]
> $ DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS=[above address] bash
> [launches a new shell using the bus that verbose logs to /tmp/output]
> $ myapp
> maybe this should be a dbus-launch feature, like
> $ dbus-launch --verbose-output-file=/tmp/output bash
> which would then let you run stuff from the bash, while looking at
> verbose log spew in /tmp/output
> But at least the steps to do it manually might be nice to add to the man
> page, assuming I got them right ... I didn't test it.
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