As the title suggests, I can't figure out a way to share a folder outside my home folder using Ubuntu One. When browsing to my work partition using Nautilus, every folder has the "Share" option grayed out.
You could try using a
This should make the contents of
Ubuntu-one doesn't support symlinks, but it might support binding mounts. If it does work, you can add a line to
That way it will always mount on boot.
I just did a test, created a new folder /new and gave it permissions 777. When right clicking on it, Ubuntu One options were greyed out. Also tried creating a shortcut in ~/ dir, but no luck either.
In short: No, you can't
There are unsupported ways which will work. Think mount points under ~/
Using a bind mount as described above to a folder under ~/ you can sync any folder on your computer with Ubuntu One.
I sync folders on a separate partition with Ubuntu One this way.
Like I said, this is not really supported, but it does work