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I am using Ubuntu in Turkish and when click on Ubuntu One, it does not start. However when using Ubuntu in English it works. So I want Ubuntu One to work in Turkish Ubuntu. What should I do?

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closed as off topic by Marco Ceppi Feb 23 '12 at 20:44

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What to do with questions that describe known bugs? this has been reported on Launchpad and as such is now closed. – Marco Ceppi Feb 23 '12 at 20:43

You are most likely experiencing bug #467397. A possible workaround is described here:

As far as I was able to test this bug, the locale change is required
for ubuntuone-client-applet (OAuth module), not syncdaemon. Syncdaemon
is able to sync files with tr_TR locale.

Open gnome-session-properties, select "Ubuntu One" entry, Edit it and
prefix the available command with env LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8, so that
Command (Komut) is env LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 ubuntuone-client-applet

The client will be started with English/USA locale on next login.
This is still a workaround but at least it will not require manual
syncdaemon/applet startup with en_US locale.

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Thank you but but is still not working. – Serhat Jul 19 '11 at 20:00

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