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    Smile Making Ubuntu One Sync work in Lubuntu some nice

    I wanted to try out Ubuntu One on my laptop. However, I use Lubuntu on my laptop and I didn't want to mess things up with DE clashes. It seems that the default for Ubuntu One Sync is using the Nautilus file manager. I found a solution to make Ubuntu One Sync work in Xubuntu. I installed Ubuntu One Sync on my Lubuntu Laptop with this Xubuntu solution and it seems to work just fine.

    This solution is mostly the same as the one I just posted for making Ubuntu One Sync work nicely in Xubuntu.

    I cannot claim to be a bright spark who solved this all on my lonesome. But I am just passing this along, should any other Lubuntu users out there want to have a go at Ubuntu One on their Lubuntu computers.

    The only difference I saw between following these instructions on my Xubuntu PC and my Lubuntu laptop was that when I first signed in to Ubuntu One with Lubuntu, I was prompted for a Keyring password. I dont know if this is because I was using Lubuntu, or because I was using a laptop connected to the Internet by wireless. If someone could tell me why I did not have a Keyring prompt on my Xubuntu Desktop and did on my Lubuntu Laptop when I first signed in to Ubuntu One, I'd appreciate that. For future reference.

    Source:
    http://askubuntu.com/questions/82978...one-on-xubuntu


    INSTALLING UBUNTU ONE SYNC IN LUBUNTU USING SYNAPTIC:

    STEP 1 - Select These Packages:
    desktopcouch-ubuntuone
    python-ubuntuone
    python-ubuntuone-client
    python-ubuntuone-control-panel
    python-ubuntuone-storageprotocol
    ubuntuone-client
    ubuntuone-client-dbg
    ubuntuone-control-panel
    ubuntuone-control-panel-gtk
    ubuntuone-couch

    STEP 2 - Ensure These Packages Are NOT Selected:
    ubuntuone-client-gnome
    ubuntuone-client-gnome-dbg

    STEP 3 - Starting Ubuntu One
    You will now find Ubuntu One in the LXDE Menu, like so:
    LXDE -> Preferences -> Ubuntu One
    Sign in with your account, or create one

    STEP 4 - Opening the Ubuntu One Folder
    You can now open the Ubuntu One folder properly with PCManFM


    ENJOY!

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    Re: Making Ubuntu One Sync work in Lubuntu some nice

    If you like I can create a blank wiki page so you can put this info on the lubuntu wiki. thanks!

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    Re: Making Ubuntu One Sync work in Lubuntu some nice

    Closed, duplicate.

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