So I love the Dash search to find stuff quickly or just click right to recent apps/files. However it won't search for files in my second drive whether it's mounted or not.
on 02/16/2012 – Made popular on 02/16/2012
Well I just wanna find my files located on my second and third hard drive with ubuntu dash or synapse, because when I make a search with the both of it just show me results of the main hard drive and the most of my files are in the other drives.
Note: the others hard drives are ext4 too and mounted on /media/driveX
This was working OK previously but now no applications appear when running a search in the Dash or even show when first opened, it just shows recent files and downloads. If I type 'terminal' for example, it says "sorry, there is nothing that matches that search". I had installed some printer drives and stuff for KDE/plasma yesterday, could that be the problem?
I have been using Ubuntu for a while now. Recently when I try to use Dash Search, it cycles for a long time and then finds nothing. Happens more often with Apps but now occurs with Home so even Recent used app, files etc dont show up.. It appears to be working on our other accounts on the same laptop. Any thoughts??
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