I know it sounds like a dumb question, and problems should be addressed in the FAQ or the forum. But Ubuntu One seems to resist all attempts to actually log in and access its services.
Recap of what I've tried:
I created an Ubuntu One account a long time ago, and I'd like to be able to access it.
If I go the sign in or sign up link at the ubuntu one page, a blank page loads. Nothing happens.
I re-installed Ubuntu 10.04 a short while ago. My choice of desktop environment is KDE. I did find this page online. But when I follow the instructions, my installation of
aptcan't find the repository.
I found a page for another client, KDE client for Ubuntu One, but this product seems to be in early alpha, and it was released a long time ago.
I fired up
nautilus, but poking around, I can't seem to find a way to connect to an Ubuntu-One account.
I fired up
gnome-panel, and opened up the preferences for Ubuntu One. When I click on
manage account, I get a blank page.
Looking at Ubuntu One's FAQ, I see that there is an article addressing problems logging in via the Gnome Ubuntu One Preferences Manager, so I tried to follow the instuctions. It instructs to open the 'password and encryption keys' manager from the gnome panel, and make changes to Ubuntu One settings. The entry I'm supposed to change is absent.
So, how do I actually access my account? Preferrably from KDE?