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    File Sync starting...

    Hi all

    I am on 12.04 lts 64 bit.

    I installed UOne but in the Cpanel it says "File Sync starting..." and never changes.
    No files synce

    Code:
    :~$ u1sdtool --status
    State: READY
        connection: With User Not Network
        description: ready to connect
        is_connected: False
        is_error: False
        is_online: False
        queues: WORKING
    Last edited by sefs; June 27th, 2013 at 04:26 PM.

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    Re: File Sync starting...

    Mine does this too when I Open Ubuntu One on the Windows 7 (64bit) Machine. I tried a small folder to sinc...only about 6MB. it never got past the "File Sync Starting". I then got fed up with it (after day one) and stopped the sync. Now, it only reads "Getting information, please wait..." so i wait, and wait, and wait...

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    Re: File Sync starting...

    Hi,

    Have does it work for you in ubuntu?

    I realized I needed to install network-manager. Since I don't use it, I additionally stopped it from running and set it's override to manual so it would not start at boot, but strangely enough Ubuntu one seems to be dependent on having network-manager installed. It's working for me now.

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    Re: File Sync starting...

    Interesting, can you post steps on how you got U1 to work...You lost me on the network manager part. I'm experimenting with Ubuntu 12.10, and trying to get off of Windows 7

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    Re: File Sync starting...

    Keep in mind I did not have network-manager installed.
    So....

    1/
    sudo apt-get install network-manager

    2/
    sudo stop network-manager (will probably give an error if it has not started which is usually case if just installed)

    3/
    sudo touch /etc/init/network-manager.override

    4/
    sudo nano /etc/init/network-manager.override (to edit this file)

    5/
    type "manual" in the editor without the quotes and save it with crtl-x

    6/
    reboot

    after that I realized that it was now fully starting up and syncing.

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