Anne Wilson wrote:
On Tuesday 03 February 2009 17:07:58 Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Strigi (or at least Nepomuk's version of it, which is what KDE is now
> using) is disabled by default if you have only the Redland backend (which
> is the current situation in Fedora because it's a lot of work to package
> Sesame2 properly - our guidelines forbid just using the binary JARs,
> everything must be built from source). Maybe there's even some hardcoded
> disabling, if so we should fix it as that would be a regression from 4.1.
Thanks, Kevin. That explains that, then.
Try enabling Strigi in systemsettings - does it work? If not, we have some
patching to do. It makes sense to disable it by default (it's a huge CPU
hog with Redland), but it should be possible to enable it.