I got such a message when run qt-gui

hello every buddy

                  in my gnu radio, when i run in QT GUI  and use 

qt-gui
instrument i gor such a message

Got bus address:
“unix:abstract=/tmp/dbus-ZqX6rpDyRY,guid=b3eabb1d7a1550be2db276520000002b”
Connected to accessibility bus at:
“unix:abstract=/tmp/dbus-ZqX6rpDyRY,guid=b3eabb1d7a1550be2db276520000002b”
Registered DEC: true
Registered event listener change listener: true
Using Volk machine: avx_32_mmx

what dies this mean, please guide me ,
clear it why this comes…and how can be avoided


Thanks and regard:

MR.Maheshkumar P.

call @ 9662784649

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Hi Maheshkumar,

Got bus address:

“unix:abstract=/tmp/dbus-ZqX6rpDyRY,guid=b3eabb1d7a1550be2db276520000002b”

Connected to accessibility bus at:

“unix:abstract=/tmp/dbus-ZqX6rpDyRY,guid=b3eabb1d7a1550be2db276520000002b”
this is not even a warning, I’d say it has something to do with an
accessibility system (screen reader, input helper etc) on your system.
Since it doesn’t say anything dangerous or useful, ignore it. It’s not
part of GNU Radio. And it seems that it tells us everything is fine.

Using Volk machine: avx_32_mmx
That’s good. Volk seems to work well.

Greetings,
Marcus

On 19.12.2013 07:06, Maheshkumar P. wrote:

hello every buddy

in my gnu radio, when i run in QT GUI and use qt-gui instrument i
gor such a message

Registered DEC: true Registered event listener change listener:
true

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