Disable Beagle/Tracker detection
- From: Andreas Heinlein <aheinlein gmx com>
- To: nautilus-list gnome org
- Subject: Disable Beagle/Tracker detection
- Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2011 09:16:44 +0200
is there any chance to disable beagle/tracker autodetection in nautilus?
I.e. so that it does not use beagle/tracker for searches even if it is
Background is that we often get reports from people who search for
something on removable media. If beagle/tracker is installed, searches
will return nothing because the media is not indexed. We want to be able
to use beagle/tracker by explicitly calling their search tools, but
disable the nautilus integration.
In earlier nautilus, this could be configured at compile time with
'--disable-tracker', but newer nautilus seem to use some run-time
autodetection which I found no way of disabling short of editing the
source. I do not want to do that, as it makes maintenance somewhat
We're currently using nautilus 2.30.1 (Ubuntu 10.04).
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