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My hard drive crashed so I bought a new one and installed a fresh copy of Ubuntu 10.04. The Ubuntu One option does not appear as an option under the "Places" menu. I thought it would be installed by default since I don't recall having to install it separately in the past. An Ubuntu One option does appear in the System/Preferences menu, but that only brings up the preferences dialog box. I checked in Synaptic Package Manager and I see that an Ubuntu One client is installed. What am I missing or doing wrong?


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Just open your ~/Ubuntu One folder in the file manager, and press Ctrl+D or use the Bookmarks menu, to add a bookmark to the folder.

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