If I'm not mistaken, the ubuntuone sync service is supposed to start automatically during the boot/login process. But I'm finding that it doesn't on either of my 10.10 computers (one an AMD64 desktop and the other an i386 laptop). I'm using the ubuntuone-indicator, but the problem began before I installed it. In my list of startup applications I find one titled "Ubuntu One" with this command line
/bin/sh -c '[ -d "$HOME/Ubuntu One" ] && ubuntuone-launch'
But the only way for me to start the service is to open the Ubuntu One setup UI and click "connect" every time I start up the computer. Any suggestions as to what might be going wrong?
Here is the message output when I run
u1sdtool --status after startup (i.e., before starting the Ubuntu One service manually):
Oops, an error ocurred: Traceback (most recent call last): Failure: dbus.exceptions.DBusException: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.ChildExited: Process /usr/lib/ubuntuone-client/ubuntuone-syncdaemon exited with status 1
Could the problem be related to the fact that I'm using connman and the experimental indicator-network package to connect to the internet?