On Monday 31 August 2009 20:30:30 Rex Dieter wrote:
Martin (KDE) wrote:
> Now I can see additional infos in the info sidebar of dolphin. The
> question is: Is sesame needed to get strigi running? I heard it is
> much faster than redland tools, are there any chances to get the
> sesame package available from fedora repo?
It's not in fedora because Sesame cannot currently be rebuilt properly
from source, as is required by fedora policy.
Sadly, soprano/nepomuk is largely useless without it. :(
Now I'm really confused. I followed Martin's exploration of this on a kde
list, and saw the dev tell him that he needed the sesame backend for strigi so
that he could get the info he wanted on the Info panel in Dolphin.
My laptop doesn't have sesame as far as I know, rpm grepping finds redland but
not sesame, strigi runs, and I get the info panel stuff that Martin wanted.
What's giving the workaround, then?
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