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htdig: Errors to take note of:
Unknown host or unable to contact server: help://kregexpeditor/index.docbook Ref: file:///home/semoi/.kde/share/apps/khelpcenter/index/kde_application_manuals.tmp/index.html
Persistent connections : Yes
HEAD call before GET : Yes
Connections opened : 0
Connections closed : 0
Changes of server : 0
HTTP Requests : 0
HTTP KBytes requested : 0
HTTP Average request time : 0 secs
HTTP Average speed : 0 KBytes/secs
ht://dig End Time: Sat Apr 3 05:15:26 2010
From now on, if I enter KDE Help Center, there's no way of making the
Search button active. I've forgotten what happened before the index
creation with this button but I guess it was, all the more so, inactive.
Any suggestion? Thanks for reading and regards.
I can recall running into some problems with indexing too. I'm sorry I can't help now, but If I has similiar problems I'd go to the KDE irc channel because KDE devs are really nice people they use to help me a lot in the past.