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tracker-status-icon(1)						   User Commands					    tracker-status-icon(1)

tracker-status-icon - Miner status and control notification area icon SYNOPSIS
tracker-status-icon DESCRIPTION
tracker-status-icon is a tracker-store(1) notification area icon meant to provide a fast way to check the status of Tracker's data miner and to be able to control those miners with simple commands like pause and resume. When clicking on the icon, a list of data miners is presented. In this list there is an image to the left which indicates the paused or non-paused state. There is also a progress bar which indicates how far through the work load the data miner is. Each miner can be paused/resumed by clicking on it in the menu. From the context menu, tracker-status-icon allows the user to configure the preferences of tracker-miner-fs using the tracker-preferences application. OPTIONS
-?, --help Show summary of options. -V, --version Print version. FILES
$HOME/.config/tracker/tracker-status-icon.cfg SEE ALSO
tracker-status-icon.cfg(5), tracker-search-tool(1), tracker-preferences(1), tracker-store(1). GNU
September 2009 tracker-status-icon(1)

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