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Not by convention but to facilitate high-level bindings. Native Objects and Object Paths Your programming framework probably defines what an "object" is like; usually with a base class. For example: java.lang.Object, GObject, QObject, python's base Object, or whatever. Let's call this a native object. The low-level D-Bus protocol, ..., ...


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dbus-launch is DBus-related. exec is a shell built-in. See their manpages/help pages: dbus-launch - Utility to start a message bus from a shell script. exec - Replace the shell with the given command. So... they basically do two different things... While both are expected to start program p passed as a parameter, you can read that in the case of ...


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Actually dbus session are per machine and per X display. When you do a remote SSH session, you use a different X11 display (typically localhost:10) If you kill all dbus and launch it on the SSH session it works... for the SSH session. But obviously it breaksall other dbus sessions in the machine. What is needed is to check if a session for the ...


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Indeed when an SSH session is open, it doesn't launch a dbus session. Some programs may launch it, but then the session doesn't know about it (hence can't close it). Not knowing about the dbus session also means that programs thzat use dbus but don't launch it themselves will have problems. dbus sections are per machine and per X11 display. Their info is ...



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