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I've been trying to install Beagle on my 11.04 installation of Ubuntu.

The Beagle site says that Beagle is shipped with Ubuntu. But from the software center in Ubuntu, a search for Beagle returns zero results.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Beagle was shipped with ubuntu. It no longer is. Think 10.04 was the last ubuntu release in which it was shipped(Not very sure).

I suggest you use tracker along with cardapio. I am using the same currently and so far so good. I was previously using beagle.

Else you can always build beagle from source(Beagle is no longer developed though).

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You can try and give the Lucid Lynx (10.04) package a try, I guess that'll be the only option right now since it wasn't available for 10.10 either.

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