systemd-bus-proxyd will proxy D-Bus messages to and from a bus. The
will be either the system bus or the bus specified with --address
when that option is given. Messages will be proxied to/from standard
input and output, or the socket received through socket activation.
This program can be used to connect a program using classic D-Bus to
The following options are understood:
Connect to the bus specified by ADDRESS. Multiple colon-separated
addresses can be specified, in which case systemd-bus-proxyd will
attempt to connect to them in turn.
Print a short help text and exit.
Print a short version string and exit.
PLACEHOLDER, if given, must be a string of "x" and will be used to
display information about the process that systemd-bus-proxyd is
forwarding messages for.
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