The new-and-improved Nepomuk file indexer does not seem to do anything in KDE 4.10. And if I turn it off again, I get this error message:
The name org.kde.nepomuk.services.nepomukfileindexer was not provided by any .service files
So it looks like something is broken there.
I can't help you right now but here's some info, it might be helpful: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=314559
Thanks, Yoda, this looks like the same problem. Apparently the indexer does not descend into subdirectories, so if it is set to index $HOME, it will only add files in the home directory to its index.
Oh well, maybe KDE 4.10.1 will fix this issue.
P.S. Today's nepomuk-core update seems to have fixed the indexing issue.
Yes they added the upstream fix.
Linux odin 3.13.1-pf #1 SMP PREEMPT Wed Mar 5 21:47:28 CET 2014 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Very pleased to confirm this now works for me too.
What did you do to get the indexer going after installing the latest update? Because my Nepomuk still says:
File indexer is idle. Indexed files: 66 files in index
rm -fr ~/.kde4/share/apps/nepomuk
What did you do
In my specific case I suspended indexing, modified the folders to be indexed (you could create a dummy folder to toggle indexing for that purpose perhaps), applied the setting then set indexing to resume.