File indexing - Best program to use?
I have stacks of CDs and DVDs containing everything I've done since I had nothing but Juno and a 486. I used to have a pretty usable index of this information, but for the need of a better one, and one that worked with linux, I stopped updating it. Here's what I need it to be able to do:
-Search inside of archives, including ZIP, RAR, and self-extracting EXE, and inside of archives that may be contained in these archives.
-Create thumbnails of images and movies
-Keep track of what disk number a file is on.
-Have a simple way of indexing (put in a disk, let it build)
-Index full text of just about everything, including MS Office document, OO.o documents, and LaTex documents
-Be able to index the text resources of EXE files, for example, being able to find the true name of a program who's installer has a strange file name, or being able to search the EULA or other messages within the installer.
-Be able to work under linux, especially Gentoo
-have an option to try to index files it does not recognize.
-have the abiliity to search this index filenames only or full text.
Is there a program that does all this in existence? Could anyone BE that awesome? Does anything come close? Any features I didn't know I needed?