Thanks for these informations
here’s what i’m using :
opensuse 11.2 and kde Platform Version 4.3.85 (KDE 4.3.85 (KDE 4.4 Beta2)) “release 8”
i had redland and virtuoso installed ok already (1)
But in .kde/share/config i have nothing but a hidden .directory file with this content :
How come i don’t have a nepomukserverrc file ?
After unchecking nepomuk and strigi in desktop settings i saw strigi icon and a message saying it is indexing files in /usr/lib
, then moving on, i checked almost all files to be indexed (left default amount of used memory : 50 mb ).
in select resources configuration of akonadi i have :
std.ics, (ready), green button
local folders, (no status), green button
std.vcf, (offline), no button but a plug
i have these processes running : akonadi control and server, nepomuk server but found nothing with virtuoso in the quick search field.
i read an explanation of nepomuk semantic desktop on the french wiki yesterday , but no tutorial so far, i found this right now NEPOMUK
i | libredland0 | a set of free software libraries that provide support for the Resource Description Framework (RDF) |
i | redland | a set of free software libraries that provide support for the Resource Description Framework (RDF)
i | soprano-backend-redland | C++/Qt based interface library for RDF
i | soprano-backend-virtuoso | C++/Qt based interface library for RDF | paquet
i | virtuoso | Relational database server with RDF
i | virtuoso-drivers | Virtuoso ODBC Driver | paquet
i | virtuoso-server | Virtuoso server | paquet