What gives ? Beagled was a PITA in FC6

William Case billlinux at rogers.com
Sun Jun 10 02:06:23 UTC 2007

Thanks Rahul;

You are right.

On Sun, 2007-06-10 at 07:10 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> William Case wrote:
> > Hi;
> > 
> > I purposefully did not install beagle in F7 because it was pain in FC6
> > ( a resource hog, couldn't find anything, was always showing up when I
> > didn't want it).  A simple 'locate' command was more efficient.
> > 
> Locate doesn't search metadata and hence not comparable.
> > Now is see beagle as listed as an autostart in my sessions manager and
> > see it associated with 'evolution'.  Do I really need it?  Has it been
> > fixed? How do I get rid of it?
> Beagle is not even installed by default in Fedora 7. The beagle 
> extension for Evolution is in a separate package and not a dependency of 
> Evolution.
I preserved my /home as a separate partition from FC6.  Even though I
removed beagle, I have just now found left over beagle files strewn
everywhere.  I have removed them all (I hope) by hand.  Sorry to blame

Regards Bill

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