On Friday 02 October 2009 21:02:09 Jens M Andreasen wrote:
dbus has nothing to do with dns-lookups. In principle dbus is network-
transparent. But in practice only with complicated authentication (that onl=
works on the same computer) or with a special patch to allow anonymous=20
connections. So the default mode of the servers don't activate network=20
The magic it provides:
De-coupling functionality from the gui. And allowing several guis to repres=
the same at the same time. And IPC in general.
> I am asking this because I am experiencing that the 'Kit'-family is
Unless I missed a dbus-kit, one has nothing to do with another.
But I concur that the *kit crap is taking much to much space and time.
Someone should write drop-in packages that satisfy dependencies but don't r=
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