Re: Evolution Contacts again

Try to keep this on the list unless you are sharing info you don't
want made public. (Just use Reply All)

If you can, it might be a good idea to wipe you ~/.beagle directory
and reindex (if its been a long time since you have done that) because
beagle is still quite new, there are no promises about database/index
stability, its not necessary every time you upgrade, but if its ok,
then its worth a try.

If you dont want to wipe and rebuild all your indexes, try stopping
beagle and wiping

--Kevin Kubasik
On 2/16/06, Michael Hill <mikehill hgeng com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-02-16 at 15:45 -0500, Kevin Kubasik wrote:
> > configure reports working evolution sharp bindings?
> Not exactly...
>         Beagle Version:           0.2.1
>         Target OS:                linux
>         inotify?                  yes
>         Prefix:                   /usr/local
>         GNOME Prefix:             /usr
>         KDE Prefix:               /usr
>         Evolution support?        yes
>         gsf-sharp?                no
>         wv1?                      no
>         galago-sharp?             yes
>         libchm?                   no (Currently broken)
>         Mozilla Extension?        yes
>         Epiphany Extension?       auto
>         Local SqliteClient?       yes
>         Sqlite version:           2.x
>         Enable WebServices        no (WebServices are deprecated)
>         Enable libbeagle          yes
>         Enable python bindings    no
>         Enable beagle-search GUI  yes
> > And all your contacts are stored locally or on a ldap server accessed
> > through evolution?
> Stored locally.

Kevin Kubasik

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