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I have tried to add my PC to my Ubuntu One account 3 or 4 times: while I log in successfully in the Ubuntu One interface (after deleting my Ubuntu One password in 'passwords'), my folders don't give me an option to synchronise.

I don't get the pink bar saying 'these folders cannot be synchronised'; I get nothing at all, no option. The second time I tried it seemed to work – but then it stopped working again.

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What is the output of u1sdtool --status? –  Alvin Row Dec 11 '10 at 17:54
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Did you reach your 2 GB limit ? If so or close to it, Ubuntu One will just stop working for files that go over the limit, with no warning IMHO. See if you don't have a giant file somewhere in the synchronising folders on the PC.

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