I want to see which notification daemon is running. This is because I want to replace it, since it does not properly confirm the notification from
I mention that I am running the
i3 window manager.
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I found out myself.
xwininfoto find out which process created the notification window.
In my case the culprit was
dunst, which did not show buttons to Confirm / Deny the Bluetooth pairing.
Edit: another answer seems to be more complete (showing you the mechanism of Unity notifications).