libpipewire-module-access - Man Page

Access

Description

The access module performs access checks on clients. The access check is only performed once per client, subsequent checks return the same resolution.

Permissions assigned to a client are configured as arguments to this module, see below. Permission management beyond unrestricted access is delegated to an external agent, usually the session manager.

This module sets the pipewire.access as follows:

The value defined for the socket in access.socket module option, or 'default' if no value is defined.

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If access.legacy is enabled, the value is:

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'flatpak': if client is a Flatpak client

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'unrestricted': if pipewire.client.access client property is set to 'allowed'

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Value of pipewire.client.access client property, if set

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'unrestricted': otherwise

If the resulting pipewire.access value is 'unrestricted', this module will give the client all permissions to access all resources. Otherwise, the client will be forced to wait until an external actor, such as the session manager, updates the client permissions.

For connections from applications running inside Flatpak, and not mediated by other clients (eg. portal or pipewire-pulse), the pipewire.access.portal.app_id property is to the Flatpak application ID, if found. In addition, pipewire.sec.flatpak is set to true.

Module Name

libpipewire-module-access

Module Options

Options specific to the behavior of this module

Socket-specific access permissions. Has the default value { 'CORENAME-manager': 'unrestricted' } where CORENAME is the name of the PipeWire core, usually pipewire-0.

If access.socket is not specified, has the default value true otherwise false.

Warning

The legacy mode is deprecated. The default value is subject to change and the legacy mode may be removed in future PipeWire releases.

General Options

Options with well-known behavior:

Example Configuration

 context.modules = [
  {   name = libpipewire-module-access
      args = {
          # Use separate socket for session manager applications,
          # and pipewire-0 for usual applications.
          access.socket = {
              pipewire-0 = "default",
              pipewire-0-manager = "unrestricted",
          }
      }
  }
]
See also

pw_resource_error

pw_impl_client_update_permissions

Referenced By

libpipewire-modules(7).

1.0.3 PipeWire