Re: beagle not indexing word files

On Mon March 27 2006 14:36, Joe Shaw wrote:
> Hi,
> On Sun, 2006-03-26 at 22:04 -0500, afaiq aol com wrote:
> > However, none of the .doc MS Word files do not get indexed.  When I
> > 'touch' a word file, I see the following message in the
> > current-IndexHelper log
> > 060326 2135548346 26359 IndexH DEBUG:
> > +file:///home/afaiq/Documents/test.doc
> > 060326 2135548350 26359 IndexH DEBUG: No filter for
> > /home/afaiq/Documents/test.doc (application/msword)
> You can simulate this by running the "beagle-extract-content" tool in
> the tree.  That way you don't need to run the daemon to debug it.
> > Any ideas why?
> My guess is that the library isn't being found for some reason.  Run
> beagle-extract-content with the MONO_LOG_LEVEL=debug MONO_LOG_MASK=dll
> environment variables and see if you see any errors.  Likely something
> about unresolved symbols, or not being able to find a certain library.
> This is pretty common when you build libraries from source.  You may
> need to set the LD_LIBRARY_PATH to point to the location where you
> installed wv.

I'm having the same problem with Word files. I haven't built anything from 
source. I installed the latest Debian packages from Debian Sid. Beagle is 
working wonderfully except for not indexing the contents of Word files. I 
have several wv Debian packages installed including:

wv (which is version 1.2.1-1), libwv- 1.2.1, libwv2-1c2 and libwv2-dev. The 
library files, & are in /usr/lib.

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