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    ubuntu one folder question

    i was recently interested in Ubuntu one because of Thunderbird’s file link thing,
    and noticed there seems to be a Ubuntu one folder in the home directory by default.

    (i assume it's been there since installation, but i can't remember.. i certainly didn't put it there!)

    out of sheer curiosity,
    why is it there? does it do anything?
    i never had a Ubuntu one account before..

    thanks!
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    Re: ubuntu one folder question

    Hi ,
    anything you put in this folder , synchronized automatically with your Ubuntu One Cloud storage.

    Try to put there a file and you will see.

    Of course you should already have added your Device (PC) in Ubuntu One account for sync.

    Thanks
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    Re: ubuntu one folder question

    The folder will appear regardless if you have an account or not and is inactive unless you open Ubuntu one set up an account.
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    Re: ubuntu one folder question

    Quote Originally Posted by Frogs Hair View Post
    The folder will appear regardless if you have an account or not and is inactive unless you open Ubuntu one set up an account.
    thanks.

    i don't have an account (yet)

    EDIT:

    just curious though.. Why is it there? does anyone know?
    thanks anyway
    Last edited by gandalf3; October 2nd, 2012 at 05:26 AM. Reason: another thought..
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    Re: ubuntu one folder question

    Quote Originally Posted by gandalf3 View Post
    thanks.

    i don't have an account (yet)

    EDIT:

    just curious though.. Why is it there? does anyone know?
    thanks anyway
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    Re: ubuntu one folder question

    i see.. so it has no useful purpose, other than reminding you to install Ubuntu one so it can be actually useful..

    thanks!

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    Re: ubuntu one folder question

    The folder is a bit of a historical relic. I believe originally Ubuntu One would only automatically synchronize files in that folder. Today, of course, you can have Ubuntu One synchronize any folder you want.
    Jane, stop this crazy thing!

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