marcino_l at o2.pl
Wed Mar 8 13:59:15 PST 2006
You were right, I thought that the session differs from the system bus.
Now I know, I was wrong. But I still don't understand how to make
application using dbus to use the system bus. Some applications(e.g. bmpx)
don't run without session bus(on my PC) they need to start dbus-daemon
--session and set DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS. What should I do to run this
apps only with the system bus?
> I think you are misunderstanding what a session bus is. In reality
> there is nothing different between the system bus and the session bus
> except for their configurations and how they are started. A session bus
> is made a session bus simple because it is started with the session and
> only tells that session what its address is. The system bus is made the
> system bus because its address is public (usually in /tmp). Theoretical
> you can have any number of buses but we keep them to two for simplicity
> Let's start with what you are trying to accomplish and perhaps we can
> suggest the best way for you to go about it.
> On Wed, 2006-03-08 at 21:12 +0100, Marcin wrote:
>> Does anyone know how modify dbus-daemon to startup session bus(like the
>> system bus) when system is starting? Where can I find something about
>> Thanks for any help.
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