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The Ubuntu phone uses the evolution data server and the data can be synchronized using syncevolution. Open an ssh-connection to your Ubuntu Phone (I'm using the Ubuntu-SDK for this purpose) Then execute syncevolution --configure --keyring=no --template webdav username=- password='OCPASSWORD' syncurl="YOURSERVER.COM/owncloud" target-config@owncloud ...


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It is possible to sync your Official Aquaris Ubuntu Edition with e.g. Owncloud using CardDAV. This is what I did (see wiki.ubuntuusers.de for source): First I added the certificate of my site to the folder /usr/share/ca-certificates and updates the ca-cert database, since it is self-signed: sudo mount /dev/loop0 / -o remount,rw sudo cp ...


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The Windows Media Player itself can be made to work but is not a good fit for Ubuntu. As I don't like rhythmbox neither, so I just use VLC player to play all of my media. The advantage of VLC (for me, might be a disadvantage to you) is that it doesn't contain a media library at all! To remove rhythmbox and install VLC player: sudo apt-get purge ...


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I finally managed to connect to my phone by updating the repositories with sudo add-apt-repository ppa:phablet-team/tools && sudo apt-get update But no after setting everything up I get an error when running the sync [ERROR @baikal] transport problem: PROPFIND: Neon error code 1, no HTTP status: Server certificate verification failed: certificate ...


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To sync music to your latest BQ requires an update to the library libmtp. As I write this, the ubuntu developers have not backported a patch they have added to the latest vivid sources to support the BQ phone. Thus, I have done just this - re-rolled the vivid libmtp sources and made this available via a PPA for Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10 users. sudo ...


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I must have run it as sudo the first time because purging it and reinstalling and then running as my regular user for the first time after the reinstall fixed the problem. Thanks to dobey for the help!


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Why not simply chown ryan:ryan /home/ryan/.config/syncthing/config.xml ? No need to removing the file, just change ownership back to yourself, and 'chmod +x' it too



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