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Mark S. Townsley
mstownsley at gmail.com
Wed Jun 28 12:20:29 PDT 2006
I am sorry, but where does DBUS_VERBOSE=1 goes?
In the system.conf file?
On 6/28/06, Havoc Pennington <hp at redhat.com> wrote:
> Mark S. Townsley wrote:
> > 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?
> Well, the system bus is probably a lot harder, since it needs to be
> running as a special user and so forth. For the system bus you probably
> want to edit the config file to change the location of the socket and
> the user it runs as, to create sort of a "fake" system bus; then run it
> with --config-file=myconfig.conf instead of with --system.
> Or you could put DBUS_VERBOSE=1 and the output redirection into the init
> script, and reboot. Don't do this on a production system though, I don't
> think the verbosity is good for security.
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