Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 181519
beagle does not work at all
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:24 EST
starting beagle-search and searching for
"desktop" or "fedora" does not find anything,
even after I created a text file on my desktop and
put the word "fedora" in it.
In this form, we should rather drop beagle and go back
to the old search thing, which at least finds some stuff
Hmmm, this might actually be a sqlite2 vs sqlite3 problem.
Make sure you have removed sqlite2 from the system, then remove ~/.gnome2/f-spot
and ~/.beagle and try again. Make sure you wait a while, the initial scan of
$home takes a while and isn't started immediately.
If you want to see what is happening run beagled --fg in a terminal.
Works with 0.2.1-6. Apparently a side-effect of broken evolution integration