Dbus issues when running Fedora 31 for ARM64 Bit platform
Linux for blind general discussion
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Wed Feb 19 22:53:25 UTC 2020
Do you have any error message or logfile entry?
It appears dbus won't run without the file /etc/machine-id.
dbus-launch also fails if the user is in too many groups,
which was reported with macOS.
The best and possibly only place for support
would be freedesktop.org, either the dbus mailing list
dbus at lists.freedesktop.org or
btw dBus is a heavy-weight RPC framework with all of the
complexities and vulnerabilities that necessarily entails.
Not all linux distributions depend on dBus
but the main ones, including Fedora, do.
On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 07:41:29PM +0100, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Dear suers and developers,
> My name is Janusz Chmiel. I Am new mailing list member from Czech
> Republic. I do not see at all. Fedora distribution is fascinating Me for
> several years. And because I have been very satisfied with this distribution
> when I have used it with my Toshiba Satellite L650 D laptop, I have decided
> to try it out on my Huavei !) mate lite mobile phone. This mobile phone run
> Android 8.0 and I Am running Fedora by using Termux, Proot and special
> Unfortunately for Me, I have got in to very complex issues with Dbus.
> dbus-launch app name &
> simply do not work at all.
> Please does somebody of you know, if there is some technique, article which
> would describe how to setup Dbus and dbus-x11 so it would run even on chroot
> environment by using Termux, Proot and Android device?
> Or unfortunately, Dbus version which is The part of Fedora 31 ARM64 Bit
> contain Dbus binarz which have been compiled by The way that it will never
> support this software environment?
> I can install manz applications but Dbus do not work and it is verz
> important to use inter process communication.
> Thank zou verz much for zours help.
> With kindness regards.
> Janusz Chmiel
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