dcopfind(1) Find the DCOP reference of a KDE service


dcopfind [-a] [-l] service [object]


dcopfind returns a reference to the first instance of the KDE service specified by service. See also dcopstart, which starts a service/application and immediately returns its reference.


Print the application id. Without this argument, the application id will be returned in the form DCOPRef(application id,object id).
If the object is not found, run dcopstart and try again.
Show usage information.


Return reference to a Kate instance

KATE=`dcopfind -a 'kate-*'` 


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