Re: Ubuntu One – Conflicts
gurus.knugum at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 20:44:19 UTC 2011
2011/8/23 Colin Law <clanlaw at googlemail.com>:
> 2011/8/23 Johnny Rosenberg <gurus.knugum at gmail.com>:
>> I have two Ubuntu machines: My main machine with Ubuntu 10.10 and
>> another one with Ubuntu 11.04.
>> I share a folder between those two machines, and every time I change a
>> file on the Ubuntu 11.04 machine, the same file on the Ubuntu 10.10
>> machine gets its name changed to something like
>> PreviousName.PreviousSuffix.Something.conflict (or something like
>> that). I can't see why there would be a conflict in the first place: I
>> change a file on my secondary machine, it's uploaded to Ubuntu One and
>> it should replace the previously uploaded file, since it's newer, then
>> my main machine (the Ubuntu 10.10 one) should download the newer file
>> and everything should be fine.
> I don't use Ubuntu one but is it possible that the file is being
> changed on both machines at the same time, possibly accidentally? So
> when it synchronises it does not overwrite the second one as it thinks
> it has also been changed.
Well, one strange thing I have seen is, that sometimes when I open one
of those files (in LibreOffice) the save button is active, as if I had
changed it even though I did not.
But in this case I think I did not even open it.
Anyway, my question still remains: What can I do when these conflicts
occur? Somehow I need to tell Ubuntu one which file is the right one
to save, right? So how do I do that? As you don't use Ubuntu One I
guess this question is asked to someone else… :D
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