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    Ubuntu One vs. Classic Gnome Desktop

    Being from the Old School I hate the Unity desktop stuff. Got rid of it and installed the classic Gnome Desktop. However, I'd like to launch the Ubuntu One control panel, which I can't find anywhere except on the Unity desktop (which I have figured out how to launch if I want to.)

    How can I launch the Ubuntu One GUI from a terminal or a script of some kind?

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    Re: Ubuntu One vs. Classic Gnome Desktop

    I finally answered my own question: in Ubuntu 11.10 the Ubuntu One control panel can be launched in Applications: System Tools: System Settings. Hope this info helps someone else!

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    Re: Ubuntu One vs. Classic Gnome Desktop

    You can run from a terminal or from a "run command" window (Alt+ F2)

    ubuntuone-installer

    That must do it.

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    Re: Ubuntu One vs. Classic Gnome Desktop

    Quote Originally Posted by lile001 View Post
    I finally answered my own question: in Ubuntu 11.10 the Ubuntu One control panel can be launched in Applications: System Tools: System Settings. Hope this info helps someone else!
    Thanks a TON!!!

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    Re: Ubuntu One vs. Classic Gnome Desktop

    Thanks, saved a lot of hassle

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