sroka.steven at gmail.com
Fri Nov 18 18:43:40 PST 2011
>On 18 November 2011 21:22, Thiago Macieira <thiago at kde.org> wrote:
> On Friday, 18 de November de 2011 20.40.12, Steven Sroka wrote:
>> 1. Session, I believe
>> 2. Hmmm don't know how to answer this one. I wrote a program that uses
>> KAuth to get root privileges. KAuth is an abstraction layer that uses
>> DBus to contact Polkit-d.
>> 3. [org.kde.auth.kreminder.rwfcrontab]
>> I wish I was more knowledgeable, but KAuth is designed to be an
>> abstraction layer.
> If you're having problem with an abstraction layer, you need to talk to the
> people who know that layer. You're not using D-Bus directly and I'm not even
> convinced the error you're getting is from D-Bus -- that's why I asked for the
> error name, one of the two fields you get in any DBusError (like QDBusError).
I've send emails to KDE's mailing lists a few days ago, but I have not
gotten a response.
The error code from the abstraction layer is 'DBusError', so I know it
is a DBus generated error. My program is probably causing the error,
but I need to know why.
Do you know where the DBus logs are stored?
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