Re: searches in only some directories and no /beagle/Backends file


Haim Roitgrund wrote:
Furthermore, all searches so far only yield results, very good results, in my home directory and in /usr/share.

My guess is simply that the indexing hasn't finished yet. If you have a lot of data, it's going to take some time.

You can use the beagle-index-info tool and check if under Files, "Indexing: True". If so, it's still churning away. You can also check the ~/.beagle/Log/current-IndexHelper file to see if it is indexing your files.

That said, it is possible there is an error. The ~/.beagle/Log files would tell you if there were errors there as well.

b. beagled --list-backends
Current available backends:
Debug: '/usr/lib/beagle/Backends' is not a directory: Nothing loaded from here

There is simply nothing by that name in my filesystem. And I've seen references to it, I'm quite sure, on this mailing list. It seems important. What should and can I do to set this right?

Beagle has pluggable backends. The Evolution and Thunderbird backends are written as pluggable, for example. They're loaded out of that directory if it's present. So the message isn't really an error.


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