On Linux Mint 19 cinnamon, I installed it through package manager (apt), the same version (2.4.1+dfsg-1) as the one found at "Software Manager", obviously. Everytime I rebooted or logged out and logged back in, it asked for my owncloud password, showing the message "Reading from keychain failed with error: 'Could not open wallet: other; Failed to execute program org.kde.kwalletd: No such file or directory'" Of course, I am on a linux mint 19 fresh install, on cinnamon, without anything KDE related. Point is that This owncloud client need to communicate with gnome-keyring, which I had it installed. There was one missing package, called libgnome-keyring0 ( GNOME keyring services library) which after installing it, solved my problem (and owncloud's password was automatically saved on "Passwords and Keys", the gnome-keyring's GUI. Double check if the package libgnome-keyring-common is also insatlled.
Best cloud client
Version 1.5 is outdated, you need 2.X.X to connect to a owncloud server version 9.X . Server will refuse connection and client will say wrong password.
better get the latest version from their website.
This is an older version of the client; a newer version is needed to connect to newer versions of ownCloud. Go to the ownCloud website to get details on installing the latest client.
I loved it in previous Linux Mint version rafaela, but now in rosa I can't log in to any of my beloved owncloud servers.
obsolete version. Useless
A great solution for home cloud!
Works very well, syncs everything smoothly.
Nice free ownclient client. It does what it should do! Sync my files...
Icon verschwindet öfters und verbraucht ziemlich viele Ressourcen. Aber es funktioniert!
There is no icon in system tray after 1st reboot. (Cinnamon 17.1 x64)
Demands password and fails to login after 1st reboot. I'm running owncloud 7-0-4 on Rebecca 17-1
working great like Ownclud Server !