UbuntuOne will not auto start in Lubuntu 13.10
ericbradshaw at computers4christians.org
Tue Feb 11 05:49:21 UTC 2014
Glad you got your situation sorted. I already had seahorse installed. I
tried the option to disable autostarted applications to 'No' but that
didn't work for me either. However it did make the Network Manager show
up in the LXPanel twice instead of once.
I found a thread on Ubuntu Forums
[http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2182986] started by someone
with the same problem and someone else had advised removing
'network_gui/command=nm-applet' from the
~/.config/lxsession/Lubuntu/desktop.conf file. This worked for me to
remove the second instance of Network Manager.
I also noticed desktop.conf contained the following:
So, I changed it to yes. But, no difference.
Found a bug for autostart that seems eerily similar;
I wonder if my particular situation is because I auto-login? I'm running
(C4C) Lubuntu 13.10 (ReSpin). I'm about to update it and will be
changing to have to provide my password to login. I'll see if that make
On 02/10/2014 08:11 AM, Barry Titterton wrote:
> 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
>> 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.
>> Thank You,
>> God Bless,
> 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 reboot.
> 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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