Upstart and interaction with user

Matthias Urlichs smurf at
Mon Apr 9 01:18:51 BST 2007


Alex Smith:
> One problem with this is that on servers, for example, people would not 
> want DBUS even installed, and the only way they'd be able to get rid of 
> it is getting rid of 'what' (or whatever it'll eventually be called).

I don't have a problem with the dbus daemon itself on my server. I might
have a problem with a *system dbus instance* on the server.

IMHO there's no point in writing a separate client/server system for
this -- you might just as well re-use the libraries dbus already offers.

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