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Old 05-28-2012, 05:12 PM   #7
silver18
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Originally Posted by knc1 View Post
If a person can believe what they read...
Translation: If the $PS1 prompt is set according to customary *nix practice...

Then the '$' indicates you are running the command as an un-privledged user.
Try running the same command as 'root' ($PS1 will be set to '#').
It is reasonable to assume that you would have to be 'root' to change the system event message database.
Well, that was the output of WinSCP...using Putty I get the #:

Code:
[root@kindle root]# lipc-set-prop -- com.lab126.system takeScreenShot 1
com.lab126.system failed to set value for property takeScreenShot (0x3 lipcErrNoSuchSource)
but I get also the error!

The point is, I didn't changed anything!
Moreover, I can't understand why com.lab126.system isn't listed in lipc-probe -l!
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