Beagle CVS and Evolution Address book


First of all - thanks for correcting the filesystem layout problems. Now
I'm able to run Beagle on Archlinux (this distro installs mono
in /opt/mono and gnome in /opt/gnome). 

I'm running Beagle from CVS, evolution 2.2.2 and evolution-sharp 0.6.
When starting Beagle I had this problem:

Beagle WARN: Could not open Evolution addressbook.  Addressbook
searching is disabled.
Beagle DEBUG: System.DllNotFoundException:
in (wrapper managed-to-native)
Evolution.Book:e_book_new_system_addressbook (intptr&)
in <0x00016> Evolution.Book:NewSystemAddressbook ()

I had to:

$> ln -s /opt/gnome/lib/ /usr/lib/

What is strange, is that:

$>ln -s /opt/gnome/lib/ \

...does not work. Since archlinux installs evolution (and all the gnome
stuff) in /opt/gnome this should be right way to do that. Anyways, I
suppose this is rather an evolution-sharp problem.

But I remember that I had same issues when running Beagle 0.7 (0.6?) on
Gentoo system (making a symlink).


Michał Dominik K.
mdk mdk org pl

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