D-Bus windows help

Jesper Dam jalf at medical-insight.com
Tue Jul 3 06:51:06 PDT 2012

You may find it a lot easier to get started if you use autolaunch: as 
your dbus address, instead of nonce-tcp.

Hope that helps. :)

/ Jesper

On 02-07-2012 18:23, brett at stottlemyer.com wrote:
> Hi Thiago,
> Thanks for the reply.
>> D-Bus is not a good solution for machine-to-machine communcation, unless
>> you
>> patch D-Bus and you know what you're doing. If you're a beginner, then
>> that's
>> probably not for you.
> I thought given the ability to change the address via environment setting,
> it would be easy to extend that direction, so I appreciate the warning
> that it isn't simple.  There are probably ways to avoid machine-to-machine
> communication for what I am trying to do.
>> nonce-tcp is a solution that requires the client to find a file, open it
>> and
>> read a shared secret which must be transmitted to the server. This ensures
>> to
>> the server that the client had the proper filesystem rights to find the
>> file and
>> read it.
>> By definition, this nonce file cannot be read by clients running on other
>> machines, so remote connections would not be allowed.
> What would be an appropriate address to use for qdbusviewer and the
> car/car controller example for running on a single machine?  If nonce-tcp
> is the right choice, is there an example of creating the noncefile and how
> to pass the shared secret?
> I just want to get a simple example up and running.
> Thanks again,
> Brett
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