is this a normal conf file on a linux desktop box.

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  1. b0bj0hns0n

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    !DOCTYPE busconfig PUBLIC "-//freedesktop//DTD D-Bus Bus Configuration 1.0//EN" "http://www.freedesktop.org/standards/dbus/1.0/busconfig.dtd">
    <busconfig>

    <type>accessibility</type>

    <standard_session_servicedirs/>

    <auth>EXTERNAL</auth>

    <listen>unix:tmpdir=/tmp</listen>

    <policy context="default">
    <!-- Allow root to connect -->
    <allow user="root"/>
    <!-- Allow everything to be sent -->
    <allow send_destination="*" eavesdrop="true"/>
    <!-- Allow everything to be received -->
    <allow eavesdrop="true"/>
    <!-- Allow anyone to own anything -->
    <allow own="*"/>
    </policy>

    <limit name="max_incoming_bytes">1000000000</limit>
    <limit name="max_outgoing_bytes">1000000000</limit>
    <limit name="max_message_size">1000000000</limit>
    <limit name="service_start_timeout">120000</limit>
    <limit name="auth_timeout">240000</limit>
    <limit name="max_completed_connections">100000</limit>
    <limit name="max_incomplete_connections">10000</limit>
    <limit name="max_connections_per_user">100000</limit>
    <limit name="max_pending_service_starts">10000</limit>
    <limit name="max_names_per_connection">50000</limit>
    <limit name="max_match_rules_per_connection">50000</limit>
    <limit name="max_replies_per_connection">50000</limit>
    <limit name="reply_timeout">300000</limit>
    @LinuX-ab4v:/etc/at-spi2>
     
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  2. b0bj0hns0n

    b0bj0hns0n Registered Member

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    after doing a ps -aux and then just checking out processes. just dont remember all these back in the day. maybe its normal now..

    10299 0.0 0.0 24696 1656 ? S 15:50 0:00 /bin/dbus-daemon --config-file=/etc/at-spi2/accessibility.conf --nofork --print-address 3
     
  3. Gullible Jones

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    Yes, that's normal. D-bus is an IPC system, that allows concurrently running processes to communicate in some extremely abstract fashion. It's mostly used by desktop programs at the moment. In fact most Linux desktop components won't work properly without it.

    The rationale is another matter entirely though. To be honest I don't see why it's even needed at all, but then I'm not a desktop programmer...
     
  4. b0bj0hns0n

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    thank you for the reply. yea who knows. surely not me. :>
     
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