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dbus-broker-11-lp152.3.8 RPM for ppc64le

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Name: dbus-broker Distribution: openSUSE:Leap:15.2:PowerPC / ports
Version: 11 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.3.8 Build date: Sat May 16 11:45:15 2020
Group: Productivity/Telephony/Utilities Build host: obs-power8-05
Size: 411186 Source RPM: dbus-broker-11-lp152.3.8.src.rpm
Summary: XDG-conforming message bus implementation
dbus-broker is an implementation of a message bus as defined by the
D-Bus specification. It has some different characteristics/features
from classic D-Bus:

* No shared medium
* No IPC to implement IPC
* User-based accounting
* Reliable messages
* Just the bus implementation, no external communication
* Local only, no remote transport
* Support for SASL pipelining
* Runtime broker control






* Mon Mar 05 2018
  - Update to new upstream release 11
    * The policy-type of the dbus-broker API has been simplified.
      It is now reduced to a policy-batch indexed by uids, in
      combination with a policy-batch indexed either by gid or
    * The launcher now supports a `--config-file PATH` commandline
      option to override the root configuration file, which is
      still deduced based on the passed scope parameter.
* Tue Feb 06 2018
  - Update to new upstream release 9
    * AddListener() on org.bus1.DBus.Broker now supports UID ranges.
    * dbus-broker.service unit is now ordered before
    * The launcher now uses instantiated systemd template units
      when activating a service that has no associated systemd
      service file.
    * The launcher now supports configuration reloading.
    * Activated units now inherit their user from the actual D-Bus
      service, if provided.
* Sun Sep 10 2017
  - Update to new upstream release 4
    * Support for sending SELinux AVC violations to audit rather
      than syslog.
    * Units will now be activated via explicit calls to StartUnit()
      rather than faking a ActivationRequest directed signal. This
      allows to catch startup failures (or rejections) and allows
      to reject all pending activation requests right away.
    * The broker now logs policy violations to the system log.
  - Add use-system-deps.diff
* Fri Aug 25 2017
  - Initial package (version 3) for



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