Bug#439863: nautilus: search does not work
mschmitt at unixkiste.org
Thu Aug 30 20:54:54 UTC 2007
So this is at least a broken dependence. What should we do about that?
And I don't know if I want trackerd installed and running so I thing
your suggestion it should silently fall back to other search methods
would be the best. Report it upstream?
Am Donnerstag, den 30.08.2007, 21:26 +0200 schrieb Sven Arvidsson:
> On Thu, 2007-08-30 at 13:46 +0200, Michael Schmitt wrote:
> > thanks for the input! I did have _no_ idea what this error message meant
> > but now I have a bit of a glue. Btw. I don't know if this is related but
> > I can search files with the tool located under "Places" in the gnome
> > menu, no errors there (isn't that all nautilus?).
> That's actually a separate tool, but I'm guessing it will start using
> Tracker (or something similar) as a backend soon too.
> > ii libtrackerclient0 0.6.1-1 metadata database...
> > this is what I have installed, but not the package "tracker" itself.
> > Could you elaborate on that a bit more? Should "tracker" itself be
> > installed or is the client lib enough? If so, is this a broken
> > dependence or a "real" bug in nautilus?
> You will need the tracker package installed (and trackerd running) for
> this to work. The client lib could have a Recommends on tracker, but I'm
> guessing it doesn't by design (not everyone want to have desktop search
> and indexing).
> I don't know how this will be handled in the future (in Nautilus 2.20)
> but I hope it will silently fall back to normal search if tracker isn't
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