I have been searching trying to discover why so many of my 42.3
applications fail in leap 15. As a test I rebooted my system so things
would be fresh, and then executed:
pstree -p -n
With Thunderbird, Firefox, Rhythmbox, fvwm2, a terminal an a few others,
there were 438 different processes spawned. Just Firefox was
responsible for 238 processes. Rhythmbox, one of my problem apps, had 10
I would like to find documentation describing how one would write an
application and all of the synchronization requirements linked by gdbus
and the other protocols. I am currently rereading the systemd
documentation which gives some of the desired information at startup.
What I would like is a document that ended with a cookbook giving a full
example of an application. For example a simple window with a push
button in it.
I am sure people do write code for opensuse, or else we wouldn't need
such a software development environment. The only documentation I can
find relates to setting up the environment and system management.
Thanks, and it doesn't have to be free. I will buy a book if available.
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