Enumeration

GioDBusError

Declaration

error-domain Gio.DBusError

Description [src]

Error codes for the G_DBUS_ERROR error domain.

Available since:2.26

Members

Name Description
G_DBUS_ERROR_FAILED

A generic error; “something went wrong” - see the error message for more.

G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_MEMORY

There was not enough memory to complete an operation.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SERVICE_UNKNOWN

The bus doesn’t know how to launch a service to supply the bus name you wanted.

G_DBUS_ERROR_NAME_HAS_NO_OWNER

The bus name you referenced doesn’t exist (i.e. no application owns it).

G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_REPLY

No reply to a message expecting one, usually means a timeout occurred.

G_DBUS_ERROR_IO_ERROR

Something went wrong reading or writing to a socket, for example.

G_DBUS_ERROR_BAD_ADDRESS

A D-Bus bus address was malformed.

G_DBUS_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED

Requested operation isn’t supported (like ENOSYS on UNIX).

G_DBUS_ERROR_LIMITS_EXCEEDED

Some limited resource is exhausted.

G_DBUS_ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED

Security restrictions don’t allow doing what you’re trying to do.

G_DBUS_ERROR_AUTH_FAILED

Authentication didn’t work.

G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_SERVER

Unable to connect to server (probably caused by ECONNREFUSED on a socket).

G_DBUS_ERROR_TIMEOUT

Certain timeout errors, possibly ETIMEDOUT on a socket. Note that G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_REPLY is used for message reply timeouts. Warning: this is confusingly-named given that G_DBUS_ERROR_TIMED_OUT also exists. We can’t fix it for compatibility reasons so just be careful.

G_DBUS_ERROR_NO_NETWORK

No network access (probably ENETUNREACH on a socket).

G_DBUS_ERROR_ADDRESS_IN_USE

Can’t bind a socket since its address is in use (i.e. EADDRINUSE).

G_DBUS_ERROR_DISCONNECTED

The connection is disconnected and you’re trying to use it.

G_DBUS_ERROR_INVALID_ARGS

Invalid arguments passed to a method call.

G_DBUS_ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND

Missing file.

G_DBUS_ERROR_FILE_EXISTS

Existing file and the operation you’re using does not silently overwrite.

G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_METHOD

Method name you invoked isn’t known by the object you invoked it on.

G_DBUS_ERROR_TIMED_OUT

Certain timeout errors, e.g. while starting a service. Warning: this is confusingly-named given that G_DBUS_ERROR_TIMEOUT also exists. We can’t fix it for compatibility reasons so just be careful.

G_DBUS_ERROR_MATCH_RULE_NOT_FOUND

Tried to remove or modify a match rule that didn’t exist.

G_DBUS_ERROR_MATCH_RULE_INVALID

The match rule isn’t syntactically valid.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_EXEC_FAILED

While starting a new process, the exec() call failed.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_FORK_FAILED

While starting a new process, the fork() call failed.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_CHILD_EXITED

While starting a new process, the child exited with a status code.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_CHILD_SIGNALED

While starting a new process, the child exited on a signal.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_FAILED

While starting a new process, something went wrong.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_SETUP_FAILED

We failed to setup the environment correctly.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_CONFIG_INVALID

We failed to setup the config parser correctly.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_SERVICE_INVALID

Bus name was not valid.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_SERVICE_NOT_FOUND

Service file not found in system-services directory.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_PERMISSIONS_INVALID

Permissions are incorrect on the setuid helper.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_FILE_INVALID

Service file invalid (Name, User or Exec missing).

G_DBUS_ERROR_SPAWN_NO_MEMORY

Tried to get a UNIX process ID and it wasn’t available.

G_DBUS_ERROR_UNIX_PROCESS_ID_UNKNOWN

Tried to get a UNIX process ID and it wasn’t available.

G_DBUS_ERROR_INVALID_SIGNATURE

A type signature is not valid.

G_DBUS_ERROR_INVALID_FILE_CONTENT

A file contains invalid syntax or is otherwise broken.

G_DBUS_ERROR_SELINUX_SECURITY_CONTEXT_UNKNOWN

Asked for SELinux security context and it wasn’t available.

G_DBUS_ERROR_ADT_AUDIT_DATA_UNKNOWN

Asked for ADT audit data and it wasn’t available.

G_DBUS_ERROR_OBJECT_PATH_IN_USE

There’s already an object with the requested object path.

G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_OBJECT

Object you invoked a method on isn’t known. Since 2.42

G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_INTERFACE

Interface you invoked a method on isn’t known by the object. Since 2.42

G_DBUS_ERROR_UNKNOWN_PROPERTY

Property you tried to access isn’t known by the object. Since 2.42

G_DBUS_ERROR_PROPERTY_READ_ONLY

Property you tried to set is read-only. Since 2.42

Type functions

g_dbus_error_encode_gerror

Creates a D-Bus error name to use for error. If error matches a registered error (cf. g_dbus_error_register_error()), the corresponding D-Bus error name will be returned.

Available since: 2.26

g_dbus_error_get_remote_error

Gets the D-Bus error name used for error, if any.

Available since: 2.26

g_dbus_error_is_remote_error

Checks if error represents an error received via D-Bus from a remote peer. If so, use g_dbus_error_get_remote_error() to get the name of the error.

Available since: 2.26

g_dbus_error_new_for_dbus_error

Creates a GError based on the contents of dbus_error_name and dbus_error_message.

Available since: 2.26

g_dbus_error_quark
No description available.
g_dbus_error_register_error

Creates an association to map between dbus_error_name and GErrors specified by error_domain and error_code.

Available since: 2.26

g_dbus_error_register_error_domain

Helper function for associating a GError error domain with D-Bus error names.

Available since: 2.26

g_dbus_error_set_dbus_error

Does nothing if error is NULL. Otherwise sets *error to a new GError created with g_dbus_error_new_for_dbus_error() with dbus_error_message prepend with format (unless NULL).

Available since: 2.26

g_dbus_error_set_dbus_error_valist

Like g_dbus_error_set_dbus_error() but intended for language bindings.

Available since: 2.26

g_dbus_error_strip_remote_error

Looks for extra information in the error message used to recover the D-Bus error name and strips it if found. If stripped, the message field in error will correspond exactly to what was received on the wire.

Available since: 2.26

g_dbus_error_unregister_error

Destroys an association previously set up with g_dbus_error_register_error().

Available since: 2.26