Going nuts on Nepomuk
On 28/06/2010 18:33, Reinhold Rumberger wrote:
> On Monday 28 June 2010, O. Sinclair wrote:
>> On 28/06/2010 14:13, Reinhold Rumberger wrote:
>>> On Monday 28 June 2010, O. Sinclair wrote:
>>>> Well as it is - when Nepomuk works I see no impact on resources
>>>> though I have heard others have problems. You got me a bit on
>>>> the track with the .kde/share.... directories, as I restored
>>>> user data I guess I put back old stuff there. I emptied
>>>> them... and voila Nepomuk started to work.
>>>> BUT still refuses to autostart and I have manually restart 2-3
>>>> times. And no internet links regarding the error message has
>>>> given any help
>>> If you restored your old config, there might be some leftovers
>>> in ~/.kde/share/config.
>>> If that doesn't help, try the following command to find out
>>> which related packages you have installed - there may be
>>> something strange or missing:
>>> dpkg --get-selections | grep -i "nepomuk|strigi"
>> maybe something with .kderc??
> Well, *rc anyway...
>> But how to know which or what...
> ls -l *nepomuk* *strigi*
> grep -i "nepomuk|strigi" *
> might get you started - I'm finding nepomukserverrc and
>> the dpkg --get and so on gives:
>> kdegraphics-strigi-plugins install
>> kdepim-strigi-plugins install
>> strigi-daemon install
>> virtuoso-nepomuk install
> That seems about right.
Well, I for other reasons were checking output of dmesg and noticed
loads of errors in this style:
nepomukservices: segfault at 72737533 ip b613cca8 sp bfd858e0
error 4 in libsoprano.so.4.3.0[b60f7000+ef000]
searching around led me to this post:
after downloading and installing the packages it now seems to work. I
will give it a few hours and some reboots and see if it is stable.
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