Provided by: upstart_1.12.1-0ubuntu4_amd64
upstart-dbus-bridge - Bridge between Upstart and D-Bus
upstart-dbus-bridge receives information about D-Bus signals and creates init(8) events for them. With no options, monitors signals on the D-Bus system bus and emits an Upstart event called dbus via a D-Bus system bus connection to Upstart. When run with --user, monitors signals on the users D-Bus session bus and emits Upstart events via the private D-Bus connection to the users Session Init. See dbus-daemon(1) and for further details.
--always Always emit events on receipt of D-Bus signal regardless of whether jobs care about them. --daemon Detach and run in the background. --debug Enable debugging output. --help Show brief usage summary. --session Monitor signals on the D-Bus session bus. --system Monitor signals on the D-Bus system bus. --user User-session mode: connect to Upstart via the user session rather than over the D-Bus system bus. --bus-name Set a name for the bus to be passed as an additional argument to the event under the property BUS. Used to distinguish multiple D-Bus bridges. --verbose Enable verbose output.
D-Bus signals emitted by Upstart itself are ignored.
Written by James Hunt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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dbus-daemon(1) dbus-event(7) init(5) init(8)