I’ve got a new hobby - watching beagle index all the data that has accumulated in my homedir.
The installation on Ubuntu is pretty straightforward, except that some libraries/symlinks don’t seem to be created correctly.
$ sudo apt-get install libgsf-cil libgmime-cil libebook1.2-3 $ sudo ln -s /usr/lib/libebook1.2.so /usr/lib/libebook1.2.so.0
I think there were some more libraries missing, but executing “beagled –fg –debug” will probably tell you about that. Everytime it spits out a DllNotFoundException with some .so or complains about a missing .dll, just install those and everything works fine.
Pretty amazing that it runs so smooth, at least up til now. Kudos to the developers.
PS: Yes, this is about beagle in the version 0.0.11.1 for Hoary. 0.0.12 has not been backported yet so I wont install, even though 0.0.11.1 has serious issues for me (memory consumption with blam! is insane).