Luca Dionisi wrote:
> I'm missing a feature that I was used to use with fedora, where "it just works".
> It is beagle.
> I'm using Feisty.
> I tried to "aptitude install beagle" but it does not
> integrate well into the Ubuntu desktop.
> When I do "Places -> Search for files" another tool is used.
> I have got the real beagle UI in "Applications -> Accessories -> Search"
Same for me. But I don't care about that since I always start beagle by
> Furthermore it says my files are being indexed, but disks are idle
> and nothing happens... never.
> Oh, and it does not find any file. never.
Is the beagle-daemon started with your session? You should see two
entries in Settings/Sessions wrt to beagle.
Check whether beagle actually gets started.
> Anyone still using Beagle? Or anyone willing to suggest other tools?
> I'm open-minded.
I'm still using beagle and would still like it if it only provided the
web indexing through the firefox plugin.
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