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Peagle is a Stand-Alone Web-Frontend for the Beagle-Search-Engine with the look and feel from known web search engines. Peagle pr
Peagle is a Stand-Alone Web-Frontend for the Beagle-Search-Engine with the look and feel from known web search engines.
Peagle project requires PHP 4.3 (with gd, sockets and posix-modules) or higher and Beagle 0.2 or higher to run.
Currently it supports linking the results directly or running them using KDE-Helpers (kfmclient) or GNOME-Helpers... It would be easy to implement the same feature for other desktop-environments.
To install, do the following:
- Install and configure php with gd, socket and posix extensions. In (K)Ubuntu you can install these packages: php5, php5-gd.
- Unpack the peagle-package, and run the peagle-daemon:
(Start the beagle-daemon, if it is not already running: beagled --bg --replace ... You usually don't have to do this if you already use other beagle-utils like kerry)
Ready! You can access peagle then via:
What's New in This Release:
Implemented Charset-Selection (Thanx to ak6783 @kde-apps for the hint)
Changed Gnome-Execution (Thanx to schmidt @kde-apps for the solution)
Web-History-Abstract for Firefox
Peagle now Daemonizes itself
Implementation of mailcap to execute applications
Improved control and settings (now entirely over the web-interface)
Custom execution application: Define your own run-directive
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