Re: using beagle-crawl-system


The Beagle daemon will automatically detect the indexes that are present
in the /var/cache/beagle/indexes directory (given that that is the
correct prefix, depending on the --localstatedir argument given when you
ran configure).

If you would like to add arbitrary static indexes, you may use the
--add-static-backend <path> argument to the daemon as described in the


On Wed, 2005-10-19 at 17:32 +0200, Johannes Rohr wrote:
> Hi,
> I wonder how to take advantage of beagle-crawl-system.
> After tweaking /etc/beagle/* according to my needs (running Debian
> Etch), beagle-crawl-index will create a file system index in
> /var/cache/beagle/indexes. However, I have no idea how to tell beagled
> that it should consider those indexes in addition to the user's private
> one.
> I've spent quite some time searching google, e.a. for an
> answer, unable to find one.
> I'd be /very/ happy if anyone could give me a hint!
> Thanks,
> Johannes
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