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I have ubuntu installed in several pc's.

My last install is of the 10.04 version. Ubuntu one does not sync.

I have tried to completely remove and reinstall ubuntu one, to delete the password for ubuntu, to delete the .local/share/ubuntuone folder.

Nothing happens Ubuntu one cannot see the other devices with whom it should connect, it tries to sync but fails, the status remains all the time unknown. I really do not know what to do

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closed as not a real question by Bruno Pereira Mar 19 '12 at 8:44

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suggest trying this command:

u1sdtool --status

to see what is returned. If you receive a message:


The would suggest following the steps located Here: ROOT_MISMATCH error

which will give you the proper means of cleaning and re-enabling your ubuntuone account and re-enabling sync on your system.

HTH - have a nice day. :)

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