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I recently installed sphinx, mysql etc. and everything works fine as well. However, I always get the message:

Sphinx cannot be found on your system. You may need to configure the following settings in your config/sphinx.yml file:

  • bin_path
  • searchd_binary_name
  • indexer_binary_name

For more information, read the documentation:

I configured the bin_path in sphinx.yml to

development:
  bin_path: '/usr/local/bin'
  searchd_binary_name: 'searchd'
  indexer_binary_name: 'indexer'

With no success. How can I get rid of that message?

Thanks in advance!

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Setting the bin_path ought to do the trick. You shouldn't need to specify the commands.

If you installed with mac ports, sphinx may be in /opt/local/bin

Try a 'locate searchd' from the command line to make sure you are looking in the right place.

  • I uninstalled the version built from sources and installed it out of the mac ports tree, now it works. Thanks. – Patrick Nov 29 '10 at 20:51

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