Re: beagle disregards .noindex

On Sun, 2005-05-15 at 17:51 +0300, Lior Kesos wrote:
> As many other beagle waansee's I use nfs as my home directory I'd like
> to just see the mut in action so I placed a .noindex file in ~.
> I still get:
> beagled --fg --debug --replace
> INFO: Starting Beagle Daemon (version 0.0.8)
> DEBUG: Command Line: /usr/lib/beagle/BeagleDaemon.exe --debug
> --replace --fg
> FATAL: Could not set extended attributes on a file in your home
> directory.  See
> 20Attributes for more information.
The use of extended attributes is central to the entire indexing
infrastructure, so the check done unconditionally.  It doesn't have
anything to do with the .noindex file (or even the filesystem backend,

What you can do is use the BEAGLE_HOME environment variable to point
beagle at a different place to index.  You could set up a fake home
directory somewhere in /tmp and point BEAGLE_HOME there.


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