How to verify the capability of dbus IPC between two machines
pavel.strashkin at gmail.com
Mon Nov 28 16:34:13 PST 2011
1. Check for "--address" option of "dbus-send". It could look like
"dbus-send --address=tcp:host=192.168.0.1,port=1234 ...".
2. Check for dbus-daemon man page and how it can be configured. There
is "listen" tag which accepts the same address format as i showed
above (host can be "0.0.0.0" if you'd like to listen on all available
2011/11/28 尹YinXiaobiao <yinxiaobiao at gmail.com>:
> Hi all
> Sorry to interrupt twice.Because I cannot receive the my first
> mail sent befor,resend it.
> I am a newbie at Dbus and this is my first mail in this maillist.
> By some investigate and look at the source code,I know that dbus
> is using socket(tcp & unix domain socket) to transfer data.
> So it is possible for communication between two machines(or VM).
> Now my question is how to vevify this capability by dbus-send command.
> Can anyone give me a hint?
> Thanks in advance.
> Someone tell me that dbus do not listen on TCP by default,how to
> enable TCP listen?
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