I noticed that Nepomuk has stopped working for me, the reason presumably
being that the virtuoso-t process is no longer running. I restarted the
session, still virtuoso-t does not run, however, I see that files in
As the virtuoso packages in unstable have been upgraded recently, I
gather that something in there isn't working with Nepomuk anymore.
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