UbuntuOne will not auto start in Lubuntu 13.10

Barry Titterton titterton.barry at gmail.com
Mon Feb 10 15:11:20 UTC 2014

On 08/02/14 15:49, Eric Bradshaw wrote:
> Autostart Ubuntu One and add to LXPanel
> 1. Go to Menu --> Accessories --> LXTerminal
> 2. Type (or copy and paste): sudo apt-get install indicator-sync
> 3. Go to Menu --> Preferences --> Default applications for LXSession
> 4. Click the "Autostart" tab
> Then, in the text box under "Manual autostarted applications,"
> 5. Type (or copy and paste): ubuntuone-control-panel-qt --minimized 
> --with-icon
> 6. Press the "+ Add" button to the left of the text box
> 7. Reboot
> How to make the GNOME Keyring Manager behave? Got me. Sorry. Same boat 
> here.
> Eric
> -- 
> Thank You,
> God Bless,
> Computers4Christians
> http://www.Computers4Christians.org/

Hi Eric,

I had managed to install UbuntuOne, and had the icon in LXPanel. I could 
start the service manually but it was the autostart that was failing. I 
tried adding the UbuntuOne service to Default Applications For LXSession 
but it did not work for me, it was only when I set the option to disable 
autostarted applications to 'No' that the service started on the next 

Installing Seahorse has made the keyring manager behave. I did not have 
to change any settings, it just sorted itself out after a reboot.

Are you using 14.04 or 13.10?

Barry T

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