Re: ideas on gconf-usage on multiple computers
- From: Daniel Holbach <dh mailempfang de>
- To: Ryan Lovett <ryan OCF Berkeley EDU>, gconf-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: ideas on gconf-usage on multiple computers
- Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2004 10:44:28 +0200
I'm not quite sure, if I should use dbus, but maybe I'm mistaken about
its use and features. Could you please briefly describe, how to use it
in this environment:
Box A is the server running my service, awaiting clients (all kind of
apps) on boxes B and C to update or tell them their preferences. The
service tries to interpret the queries based on a ruleset provided by a
config file and access XML-files, plain text stuff or databases to get
or save data.
I'd love to use dbus, since I think it's a good thing in general, but I
can't see how to do it at the moment.
Have a nice day,
Am Di, den 13.04.2004 schrieb Ryan Lovett um 23:24:
> On Tue, Apr 13, 2004 at 04:21:49PM +0200, Daniel Holbach wrote:
> > The core will be some sort of prototype of a daemon which replies to
> > queries based on a (freely configurable) defined ruleset with
> > input/output-plugins (I'll be only working on XML and database stuff).
> You may also want to check out dbus:
> There has been some talk of moving gconf on top of dbus:
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