Afaik, the stdio bridge only supports a single dbus protocol stream and
Trying to pass file descriptors over the network might need magic in the
literal sense â just imagine emulating all the ioctls, socket operations,
etc. that a program may want to perform.
(I seem to remember a similar thread very recently on the dbus mailing
Post by Umut Tezduyar Lindskog
I would like to make a method call on a remote machine with busctl
where the method returns UNIX_FD (h), type unix domain socket.
I am guessing the FD stops on stdio-bridge without any other magic
bridging the UDS to an another socket on the host. Is that the case?
Can there be any magic to accomplish this?
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