Today desktop search tools are killer-apps, the hype about Beagle or
Spotlight is really big. I think that Fedora needs a search tool to be
As you might know Beagle uses a C# port of lucene
Lucene is a open source search engine written in java.
It runs with gcj but was also ported to other languages like C++ or
There is allready a search tool based on lucene called regain
(http://regain.sourceforge.net/). But I think it doesn't run with a free
java implementation, also there is no live-indexing and no application
integration, for example with evolution.
It shouldn't be to hard to wright a tool based on lucene or a port of
it. The hard things are live indexing (gamin??) and application
It would be great to see a desktop search tool in Fedora.
From: Miguel de Icaza <miguel(a)ximian.com>
To: Leonard den Ottolander <leonard(a)den.ottolander.nl>
Cc: MC dev <mc-devel(a)gnome.org>
Subject: mc 4.6.1 pre5 has been released.
Date: Fri, 01 Jul 2005 12:08:49 -0400
A new release of Midnight Commander has been uploaded to:
The web site and the ftp site have been uploaded.
If no major problems are found on this release, this will become
mount -t life -o ro /dev/dna /genetic/research
Can someone please help to find a way, while also getting an
understanding as to how to boot a 2.4 kernel distro, in my case rhel
3, as domU under the 2.6 kernel dom0 from FC4.
I'm having problems. Basically I initially though that running a Xen
kernel would allow me to boot any os as a domU no matter what their
kernel was, but I think I have been mistaken with this. I am running
into problem while booting this.
I would really appreciate any help provided.
my suggestion for FC5 is to include Nvu 1.0 alongside Firefox and
Thunderbird, thereby almost replicating the functionality of the Mozilla
Thank you for your consideration,
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