RE: Default location of Beagle index


Thanks for the answer.

I have a very specific architecture and I can do neither mount or
symlink (very complex - I will not enter the details here). This is why
I was wondering if there is a setting somewhere in Beagle to specify the
location of the index file. It's pretty the same situation as Firefox -
where you can specify the cache folder - and I don't think that it's a
stupid question taking into account the size of index files. You may
want to put index files somewhere else and not in your ~ folder.

If somebody else has a clue, thanks to let me know. Otherwise, I can
still patch Beagle but that's ugly,


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard Laager [mailto:rlaager wiktel com] 
> Sent: Sunday, October 01, 2006 8:32 PM
> To: gregoire gentil com
> Cc: dashboard-hackers gnome org
> Subject: Re: Default location of Beagle index
> On Sun, 2006-10-01 at 15:09 -0400, Gregoire Gentil wrote:
> > PS: For some reasons, I can't use a mount point. I'm fine to keep a
> > .beagle folder in ~ but I need to physically put the big index
> > files/folders to another disk.
> You could use a bind mount. However, it'd be far easier to just use a
> symlink. That's what you should look into.
> Richard

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