I've created some disabled accounts for the sole purpose of customizing Docky in those accounts. Each account has a set of Docky Items that represents a tool set. This should give you an idea of what I mean by a Docky Tool Set:
- Admin app tool set
- Online user app tool set
- Offline user app tool set
- Office app tool set
- Gamer app tool set, etc.
From these disabled accounts, I want the actual user to enable or disable tool sets through gksudo calls:
xhost + local:dockyAdminUser gksudo -u dockyAdminUser /usr/bin/docky
I've already set up the accounts, but when I launch Docky this way it complains that it needs DBus and can't find it. How can I make DBus available so Docky can fire up this way?
Note: This same thing happens for Tomboy, it's won't run and complains of a dbus problem.
Note: I'm not looking for a solution that suggests I don't launch Docky as another user. There is more than one reason that I must launch Docky as another user. But I kept those reasons out in order to keep the question clearer.*