D-Bus Tutorial


D-Bus is a mechanism for interprocess communication for Linux systems. D-Bus has a layered architecture. At the lowest level is the D-Bus specification, which specifies the D-Bus wire protocol for communication between two processes. The libdbus library is the low level C API library based on the D-Bus specification. Normally, processes communicate via one of the two message bus daemons, the system bus and the sessions bus. 


Interprocess communication using D-Bus

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