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Peagle (Beagle Web-Interface)

   0.2.1  

KDE Web Application

Score 78%
Peagle (Beagle Web-Interface)
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Peagle (Beagle Web-Interface)
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Peagle (Beagle Web-Interface)
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Link:  http://www.psiplus.at
Downloads:  2433
Submitted:  Apr 23 2006
Updated:  Apr 26 2006

Description:

Peagle is a Stand-Alone Web-Frontend for the Beagle-Search-Engine with the look and feel from known web search engines.

It 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), GNOME-Helpers, run-mailcap or user-defined handlers (custom).

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:
./peagle
(or ./peagle.php)

(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:
http://localhost:7324/

(Please see the "Settings"-Page for further configuration-options)

Have Fun!
Martin




Changelog:

Changes in 0.2.1:
- 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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 Can't support Chines

 
 by ak6783 on: Apr 25 2006
 
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Hi,
I very like peagle software.
But I have some question
1.Because I used Chinese language.
So, I found search result have a unknow charset
Like follow:
上10時42分24ç§』
I don't know how to set.
Peagle not support Chinese Language?
Or how to fix?
2.Beagle is based on FC5
But I want search index at windows system
So, I used "smb4k" to mount Windows server.
But I found search result the directory is follow:
/root/smb4k/ETAMS003/temp
This path is Linux path not windows.
The Windows Client user can open the file?

Thanks a lot


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 Re: Can't support Ch

 
 by PSIplus on: Apr 25 2006
 
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Hi!

Thanks for telling me about the charset-problem... It's beacause I didn't use Unicode, but I'll do so in future, and then peagle will be able to use any charset beagle can use...

About your window-mount:
Did you use Version 0.1 or 0.2?

In 0.2 the feature for remote access is currently ... "not recommended"... After basically finishing the GUI I try to focus more on standalone search...

BUT

Basically I could implement "downloading" - That you can download the found data files like any other files via your browser. From 0.2 this would require some modifications on the server-parts, but it could work...

Direct access to the Windows Drives would require a path translation, and this is a bit too much work for now... If you want to index and use data only on windows, and have beagle running in linux, then I prefer that you use stg. like google desktop on windows ;-) (at least until beagle gets a bit more stable)

Or did I misunderstood you?


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 Re: Can't support Ch

 
 by PSIplus on: Apr 25 2006
 
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Ah! Maybe you meant that you don't see the files in there...

Sure...

Be patient... Right now beagle is a bit slow... So just wait a while (see the "status" and "index"-pages of peagle) and the files will appear


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 about peagle

 
 by ak6783 on: Apr 25 2006
 
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Hi,
Thank your respond.
I have used 0.2 version.
I has tested so much desktop search tools.
But I very like beagle+peagle.
It's very well.
I hope this software can support chinese in the future.

I have an idea.
If the linux path to change to homepage path
Is this possable?
Or have any soultion?
Thank you.


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 Re: about peagle

 
 by PSIplus on: Apr 25 2006
 
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Have you tried setting the "desktop"-setting to "link"? (peagle.php, top section) Does it work for you?

After all, what desktop environment do you use?

(I currently prepare a version supporting non-latin letters - what charset do you use?)


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 Re: Re: about peagle

 
 by ak6783 on: Apr 25 2006
 
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Hi,
I already to change "link"
But still can't open the file or directory
Because it still link linux path.
I am use charset is BIG-5
Thanks a lot.


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 Re: Re: Re: about pe

 
 by PSIplus on: Apr 25 2006
 
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And witch Desktop do you use? KDE? Gnome? What version?

The new package is ready shortly


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 Re: about peagle

 
 by ak6783 on: Apr 25 2006
 
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Hi,
I already to change "link"
But still can't open the file or directory
Because it still link linux path.
I am use charset is BIG-5
Thanks a lot.


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 Re: Re: about peagle

 
 by PSIplus on: Apr 25 2006
 
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And witch Desktop do you use? KDE? Gnome? What version?

The new package is ready shortly


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 Re: Re: about peagle

 
 by PSIplus on: Apr 26 2006
 
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Okay, this is the new release... Please tell me if it works for you, I tried to implement some charset-independance... Try using "UTF-8" or "BIG-5"-Charset in settings...

However, tell me what you think ;-)

Have Fun!
Martin


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 Re: about peagle

 
 by ak6783 on: Apr 25 2006
 
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Hi,
I have installed kde and gnome
KDE 3.5
GNOME 2.14
I has change desktop settings linr or gnome.
But result is the same.


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 Re: Re: about peagle

 
 by schmidt on: Apr 25 2006
 
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I had the same problem on Gnome 2.14: Changing peagle.php:524 from

... gnome-open uri -- \\\ ...

to

... gnome-open \\\ ...

fixed the issue for me. Maybe it helps.


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 Re: Re: Re: about pe

 
 by PSIplus on: Apr 25 2006
 
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Will be changed on the next release


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 Re: about peagle

 
 by ak6783 on: Apr 26 2006
 
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Hi,
Thank you fix some problem.
I was tesrted 0.2.1 release.
1.
I was settings charset BIG-5.
And still unknow charset
like follow:
2006/4/21 ä¸?4æ?26å?04ç§?
And when I go to http://192.168.1.115:7324 is BIG-5
But when I search keyword the page will changed another charset.
Is right?
2.
Can you fix windows client used IE or Firefox to Linux peagle+Beagle soultion?
Because it is path problem.
Thanks a lot.
Peagle is very good software.


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 Re: about peagle

 
 by ak6783 on: Apr 26 2006
 
Score 50%

Hi,
Thank you fix some problem.
I was tesrted 0.2.1 release.
1.
I was settings charset BIG-5.
And still unknow charset
like follow:
2006/4/21 ä¸?4æ?26å?04ç§?
And when I go to http://192.168.1.115:7324 is BIG-5
But when I search keyword the page will changed another charset.
Is right?
2.
Can you fix windows client used IE or Firefox to Linux peagle+Beagle soultion?
Because it is path problem.
Thanks a lot.
Peagle is very good software.


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 Re: Re: about peagle

 
 by PSIplus on: Apr 26 2006
 
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It seems to be a problem with the charset of your mount... How does it look like in shell/konqueror when you go to the desired directory and list it's contents? Do you see it with the right encoding??

Try the following (you need the package smbclient installed):

smbmount //your_server/yourshare -o iocharset=big5 /wherever/you/want/to/mount/it

The point is to specify the right charset to the mount, I think... Try playing arround with the charset, maybe try utf8 or so... Probably even the codepage is not right... however, when you found the right charset, things worked out

see man smbmount for more details

you could then put the thing to your fstab with the right options

Tell me if you're confused, then I'll describe in detail about smbfs and codepages... (un? ;-) ) fortunately it doesn't look to be a problem about beagle...

Martin


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