I see that there is still a beagle project on the web. Older versions of Fedora used to install it. Beagle was a pain in the neck, so I'm glad not to have it in FC 12. Is it likely to return to Fedora?
on 01/25/2010 – Made popular on 01/25/2010
I just installed Beagle and I have it indexing (by launching the indexer and checking its status via the terminal) but I can't figure out how to launch the actual searching GUI. I did some research online and found that this is done by clicking on the "search" icon under Applications > Accessories but there is not icon entitled Beagle nor search there? How do I access it?!
Not even sure how I found the reason: mime type of *.r files (plain text R scripts) got set to "application/x-extension-r". (by ~/.local/share/mime/packages/user-extension-r.xml) . I checked update logs but couldn't determine the origin of this file. Interestingly, that happened only on one of two similar installations with the same 64bit Fedora 11.
Have recently installed OpenSuSE 11.1 with KDE 3.5 and notice 30-60 sec response delay on clicking the menu (chameleon) button. During the delay the hard drive disk busy light is on, as is the busy light of any connected USB disk drive. This typically happens on the first use of the menu button after booting. Subsequent clicking on the menu button results in immediate response.
PlanetCCRMA is a project to create an audio studio using Fedora. Their repository has packages for most Fedora versions. Installing it in Fedora 12 was not quite as easy as the older versions, so I documented the process.
I am running ubuntu 12.04(http://elinux.org/BeagleBoardUbuntu) on my beagle bone. However I am unable to install vnc server.
sudo apt-get install vnc4server
Package vnc4server is not available, but is referred to by another package.
This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
is only available from another source
E: Package 'vnc4server' has no installation candidate
It seems like it's dissapeared from the repos. I have some python scripts I need to run from apache. Most of the how tos talk about older versions of Fedora. I note that development of mod_python has been dscontinued but that the project is still running.
Anybody know how to install the module into Fedora?