[gnome-bluetooth] Re: [Bluez-devel] What stuff in gnome-bluetooth does, and ideas for its future

Eugene Crosser crosser at average.org
Fri Jan 30 18:49:53 GMT 2004

On Fri, 2004-01-30 at 21:26, Marcel Holtmann wrote:

> the best place for Unix sockets is /tmp

Or /var/<something>, and not only sockets, but other variable data as
well.  /etc may be on a read-only filesystem.  Imagine a bluetooth
gadget based on Linux burnt in ROM.

(I continue to think that binary helper is a viable option for the low
level interface.  It is very scalable: "lean" implementation for very
simple environments may be cut down to just a few lines of shell
script.  "Rich" implementation may use whatever database, and/or relay
requests to other programs over D-BUS, or CORBA, or anything...)


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