I am trying to synchronize the Pidgin folder
.purple in Ubuntu One. However it is not synchronizing. I was able to get this to work with a previous version of Ubuntu. I am currently running
The status of Ubuntu One appears to be fine:
$ u1sdtool --status State: QUEUE_MANAGER connection: With User With Network description: processing the commands pool is_connected: True is_error: False is_online: True dqueues: IDLE
When selecting another folder to synchronize with Ubuntu One, after first selecting to synchronize, if you right click the folder again and select the Ubuntu One option it says "Stop Synchronizing This Folder". But this is not the case with the
.purple folder. Is there are an issue with synchronizing hidden folders?
The strange thing is, this doesn't happen on my machine at work. Although it still isn't properly syncing.
The Ubuntu One status is the same on my machine at work
$ u1sdtool --status State: QUEUE_MANAGER connection: With User With Network description: processing the commands pool is_connected: True is_error: False is_online: True queues: IDLE
I have run the Ubuntu Control Panel Applet and saw that on my home machine the sync to
.purple directory was not set up. So I set that up, but it seems like I can only access the files in the
.purple directory in the Ubuntu One Service and not locally on my machine. I was expecting to be able to do things like grep the
logs directory within the
.purple directory but this no longer seems possible. Is there something else that needs to be set up?
When you sync a directory that is located outside of the
Ubuntu One directory, can you only access the files on the Ubuntu One website dashboard : Ubuntu One Service?
I can see the synced folders in the dashboard of Ubuntu One Service but can these folders be accessed in a terminal?