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Month: July 2011

Re: [trinity-users] [solved] how to properly close a trinity session from tty?

From: Christopher J Kleinschmidt <jumpship@...>
Date: Sat, 2 Jul 2011 10:23:24 -0500
Glad I could help.

Have fun,

On Sat, Jul 2, 2011 at 9:51 AM, Nicolas Bercher <nbercher@...> wrote:
> On 01/07/2011 16:44, Christopher J Kleinschmidt wrote:
>> I think that individual dcop services are started per user, (multiple
>> per user is even possible). there should be a way to specify which
>> dcop to send a signal on.   There is, look at the man page for dcop,
>> there is options like "--all-sessions" and "--all-users", also to be
>> more selective as to where to send the signal there is "--user" and
>> "--session".  "--list-sessions" should help you find the combo you
>> need. If you need help with that, I'll have some time later today to
>> look closer.
> I've asked for the session id for my username and got two different ones:
>  .DCOPserver_localhost__0
>  .DCOPserver_localhost__1
> I tried the first one from the tty1 and it did the job really well:
>  dcop --session .DCOPserver_localhost__1 --user <mylogin> \
>  ksmserver default logout 0 -1 -1
> I went back on tty7 to see the kdm session closing (I've got a large number
> of kosonle, kpdf, etc. windows openend, so it actually takes a while to save
> & close the session).
> Because having two dcop sessions worried me a little I rebooted to check if
> this could be a lost session handle, but after rebooting, I still have two
> sessions for my user.  I don't really understand if this is normal or not
> and what the second session is for.
> Maybe next time I'll halt the machine, I'll try to logout using the second
> session handler, just to because I'm curious.
> Thanks a lot for your help.
> I was on the way to read the dcop man page but you suggested the good
> options before I even type man ...
> Nicolas
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