[Automotive] appman can not start applications
jsanche4 at jaguarlandrover.com
Thu Feb 16 22:33:23 CET 2017
Since you are running Ubuntu, the system dbus session is probably getting
in your way.
Are you passing the --start-session-dbus flag to appman?
On 16 February 2017 at 13:27, Aras Balali Moghaddam <arasbm at gmail.com>
> I am trying to statt applications within my main app and get the following
> [WARN | default | qml-launcher] QObject::connect: No such signal
> org::freedesktop::Notifications::NotificationClosed(uint,uint) in
> qmlapplicationinterface.cpp:128 [qobject.cpp:2282]
> [CRIT | default | qml-launcher] ERROR: could not connect the
> org.freedesktop.Notifications interface via D-Bus: [
> [CRIT | default | qml-launcher] ERROR: could not connect to the
> application manager's interface on the peer D-Bus [main.cpp:397]
> [DBG | am.wayland] waylandSurfaceCreate QtAM::Surface(0x70ccf00) (PID:
> 24414 ) QMap() [windowmanager.cpp:698]
> I noticed someone had the same issue here a while ago but there was no
> reponse. If I understand correctly I am missing D-Bus dependancy and that
> is somehow preventing appman from starting new apps. Is this the problem?
> Is there a workaround or solution?
> I am using Qt5.8 on Ubuntu 16.04.
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> Automotive at qt-project.org
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