OneConf is a tool that is integrated with the Ubuntu Software Center that enables you to keep track of what packages are installed between multiple installations of Ubuntu.

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Is it safe removing oneconf?

I use Xubuntu, but in this moment I have only 1 GB RAM and the system is very slow, so I started to remove services and tasks that I don't need. I found that 'oneconf' use 14 MB RAM, that is too much ...
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Oneconf eating up memory while in chrome

When I look at the dependencies in Synaptic, it shows Ubuntu desktop, and software center as being dependent on oneconf, and I do not wish to remove these. However whenever I get to a page which has ...
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Change Ubuntu one and one-conf sync account

I've made a mistake and created a second account in Ubuntu SSO with my new email account and now I want to change it from the one-conf and from my Ubuntu one account. I can't find where to change the ...
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How to use the sync between computers in Software Center

Am trying to sync between 2 computers with Software Center but it is confusing. I already logged in in both using the same account but they do not appear to show in the others list. So maybe a step by ...
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How do I remove a PC from the synced list

Is there a way to erase one pc from the list (of the synced computers) created on the left side of the Software Center? I mean, the pc is not listed in the Ubuntu One panel (not synced) anymore, but ...
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Will Ubuntu OneConf be avaible in 11.04?

Will OneConf be in the next release? (Integrated into Ubuntu Software Center, I mean) Because the Launchpad blueprint whiteboard reads: POSTPONE default integration into ubuntu because of ...
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How do I know if Oneconf is working?

I've just switched to Ubuntu 10.10 from Jolicloud 1.0 and I'm very impressed so far! Only thing I'm not too sure about is Oneconf. I've installed it from the Software Centre and under File / Inventory ...