Fwd: Re: UbuntuOne will not auto start in Lubuntu 13.10
titterton.barry at gmail.com
Mon Feb 10 15:13:19 UTC 2014
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Subject: Re: UbuntuOne will not auto start in Lubuntu 13.10
Date: Fri, 07 Feb 2014 21:49:51 +0000
From: Barry Titterton <titterton.barry at gmail.com>
To: John Hupp <lubuntu at prpcompany.com>
On 07/02/14 14:58, John Hupp wrote:
> On 2/7/2014 6:28 AM, Barry Titterton wrote:
>> Can anyone give me the steps needed to get UbuntuOne to auto start?
>> I have followed the guide here:-
>> ...but it does not work for me. Google search shows that autostarting
>> applications in Lubuntu is a problem for quite a few users, but I
>> cannot find a consistent answer. Also most of the advice is for
>> pre-13.10 installations with a couple of suggestions that the
>> autostart method changed with 13.10, but no specific answer for 13.10.
>> When I manually start the UbuntuOne service it asks me to enter my
>> Keyring password, even though the password is the same as my log-in
>> password. The Google answers to this problem suggest that I should
>> select "Details" from the pop-up window and choose "Automatically
>> unlock this keyring on login", but I do not see the "Details" option
>> on my machine? What am I missing?
>> Can anyone point me in the right direction?
>> Barry T
> Perhaps the biggest clue concerning auto-start *applications* (from
> Julien Lavergne, 11/18/13 -- and note that it does not apply to
> - Change in autostart applications : all applications in /etc/xdg and
> .config/autostart/ was disable by default. That's was a design
> decision to reduce the number of applications launching randomly. It
> was replaced by an application to define more clearly what
> applications you want to start by default (with
> lxsession-default-app). With some feedbacks, I think it was a bad
> idea, it confused too much people. So, I turned this off by default
> upstream, and I'll also do it in Lubuntu in 14.04. That was also the
> goal of 13.10, doing experimentations.
> If you want to turn it off now manually, go to lxsession-default-app
> => Autostart => Set « no » to « Disable autostarted applications ? »
Thank you John, that has fixed the UbuntuOne autostart problem. However,
after the reboot, I had two network apps running. I fixed this by
changing the Network GUI command option in Default Applications for
LXSession from "nm-applet" to "no", and then do a reboot.
The Keyring password problem was solved by installing Seahorse. The auto
unlocking sorted itself out at the reboot.
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