Ubuntu Single Sign On (also known as Ubuntu SSO, Launchpad Login Service) is an OpenID-based single sign-on service to allow users to log in to many websites and services including Ubuntu One, Launchpad, the Ubuntu Forums, Ask Ubuntu and the Ubuntu Software Center.

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Ubuntu One Authentication process

I went to sign up for Ubuntu One and during the sign up process, I had to wait for the authentication code before I could proceed. I thought this was an instant process and it took a while for the ...
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Why won't Ubuntu Single Sign On allow me to register?

Every time I try to register, I fill out the form and it comes back to me as if I had not included a password. I am including passwords that very definitely meet the requirements listed. Any ideas?
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Can I use ubuntu SSO with network.http.sendRefererHeader set to 0?

I have just discovered that setting network.http.sendRefererHeader to 0 in firefox's about:config causes ubuntu-SSO to stop working, meaning I cannot log into any ubuntu-sso sites like launchpad or ...
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Is ubuntu sso provider intended for normal people?

I am looking for an SSO / OpenID provider software to run on my server. Can ubuntu sso provider be recommended for that? Is it intended for normal people in terms of maintainability, stability, ...
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Ubuntu SSO - Hotmail as preferred address?

To fetch my Ubuntu SSO-account with my existing Ubuntuforums account, I have to change my preferred email address in SSO. My registered email in Ubuntuforums is an old hotmail-account, which is also ...
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Ubuntu One 4.1.91 on Windows 7 through proxy—supposed to work?

I'm trying to set up Ubuntu One 4.1.91 on my Windows 7 box at work, but it gets stuck at 'Getting information, please wait...' stage of single sign-on. Unfortunately, I have to go through a proxy ...
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How to set up an OpenAM SAML SSO authentication providing service hosted by Tomcat on Ubuntu with an SSO applied Salesforce account?

I would like to know how to set up an OpenAM SAML SSO authentication providing service hosted by Tomcat on Ubuntu with an SSO applied Salesforce account.