sadly, destined to die
This works far better than Dropbox. I am truly saddened that it is no longer supported. Drpobox and other cloud apps could take lessons from 'One'.
Like Verwijs69 said, install ubuntuone-control-panel-qt to have the app working, not this package!
Работает стабильно и не тянет за собой пол интернета как DropBox
Dosn't work on Mint 16 MATE 32bit, on the other hand - "Verwijs69" solution works perfectly.! Thanks.
to Install Ubuntu One on Linux Mint xx run the following command as root: sudo apt-get install ubuntuone-client ubuntuone-control-panel ubuntuone-client-proxy ubuntuone-control-panel-qt this will show Ubuntu One within menu... source: http://www.itworld.com/software/360012/install-ubuntu-one-client-linux-mint-1 NOTE you don't have to add PPA mirror, Ubuntu One is available within Mint mirrors...
This review relates to full complement of U1 items [I'm on LM 13 Maya LTS/Xfce]. After exploring BEFORE install, I used Synaptic to install "ubuntuone-control-panel-qt", as that installed everything needed: NOTE : shouldn't there be an "ubuntu-one-suite" or the like to do this? Having installed, couldn't find it: so went to /usr/share/applications and edited the .desktop file: it needed to have "Network;" added to the "Categories" line to show up in the "Internet" set of menu items (where Dropbox is found). Then putting some files in the "Ubuntu One" folder would not sync automatically - first answer here got it going: http://j.mp/KQWvZ7 So! Some problems getting running, but now running and working as it ought. I'm puzzled that these kinks haven't been sorted out long ago, though. My experience is hardly unique!
Installed in Linux Mint KDE; does not show up. Intalled and reinstalled again but no help. HATES IT
I just installed this on Linux Mint, it doesn't show up anywhere. :(
Me gusta, hay que instalar un paquete extra para que funcione.. en mi caso "Ubuntu One Control Panel - Qt frontend"
Hmmm... Couldn't get ti workingn in Cinnamon on Mint 14. Yet more faff around on the command line, whereas Dropbox just installed effortlessly. I had to dig around on the internet for isntructions to get it working, which involved downloading the qt-based interface (!!!) and modifying the .desktop file in /usr/share/applications/ If Dropbox can get it right, why not Shuttleworth and co? This application is notable for the referee scheme, whereby if you sign up via a referee's link, you and the referee get an additional 500MB storage, free, and in perpetuity. for what it's worth, my referee link is as follows :) https://one.ubuntu.com/referrals/referee/262966/
Mi volas skribi Ubuntu-Ŭono en Linuksminto. Sed mi ne skribas tion.
works, but I still prefer Dropbox or Ownclould
Awesome tool. Harika. I suggest it absolutly.
Super Tool, mehr kann Ich dazu nicht sagen.
This is just the client, you need to install ububuntuone-control-panel-qt to see the front end
Does not work in Mint. Does not show up after install.
I got U1 to work in Mint 14 Cinnamon ok, but there is problem with automatic keyring opening and lack of toolbar icon.
Ubuntu One is very good, but this application doesn't work on Mint 14 Cinnamon. I prefer to use web version. And don't forget about referrals if you want to get 25GB storage. If you going to register, please use this link: https://one.ubuntu.com/referrals/referee/2142140/