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I had the same issue My fix: Rename the downloaded and unzipped folder to u1_downloader Create a directory called /Users/alecu/canonical chown the alecu directory: chown -R username:group /Users/alecu mv the u1_downloader to /Users/alecu/canonical cd into the u1_downloader directory execute the following commmand ./u1_downloader
if you received this warning, probably you have a Ubuntu One account, which is a cloud hosting service provided by Canonical. This service it was integrated with Ubuntu, and there are a few months it was deactivated. Canonical is shutting it down definitely at the end of the month. The message tells you to backup your data stored at the Ubuntu One service. ...
Download the G5 powerPC image of Ubuntu here, Make a bootable USB. Boot to the live USB and install Ubuntu One. Copy your files to another HDD/USB or dropbox. Failing that find a friend with Windows/Ubuntu and use their computer to install Ubuntu One. You must act fast however as you only have until 31st July 2014 before file services are terminated ...
Since Ubuntu One has stopped being developed, you can simply just remove it (and everything that has to do with it) with sudo apt-get remove ubuntuone-* That will also remove the indicator.
The UbuntuOne service was shut-down as of 20140601, so there's a good chance that your issues are related to that. You have until 20140731 to retrieve your data, which you should be able to do by browsing to the limited file access page (after successful login) from any OS.
Download 7-zip and try to open the zip with that. If that doesn't work, explain in your question how the zip was created. You talk about an exe file? Where did that come from? When I hear exe in combination to zip, I see viruses flying around!
Yes you can. There's a link when you log in at the bottom of the page to do so, but to save you some clicks, here's a direct link: https://one.ubuntu.com/files/
I removed the following packages via synaptic as I had not found the answer above. This also worked
The solution was given to me on the ubuntu launchpad. Installing ubuntu-sso-client-qt solves the issue
You can also get it directly by typing this in your terminal (tested in 14.04): sudo apt-get install steam
The file hosting service Ubuntu 1 is closing down. Ubuntu 1 is like Google drive or Dropbox, and is too expensive to keep running - others are better (like those aforementioned.) You need to download or transfer all your files soon to keep them. Ubuntu is actually an OS primarily, not a file hosting service - look at this and this.
"You"? We're Ask Ubuntu. A support site for Ubuntu, its applications, its services, developers using it to build on, etc. And no, Ubuntu is primarily a Linux based operating system, not a cloud host. But yes, U1 file sharing is shutting down. What didn't the email explain? Ubuntu One's file sharing wasn't sustainable for Canonical Other people focus on ...
It will be deleted, yes. It is currently stored in Amazon's S3 service, and on July 31st we will trigger deleting all the data from the S3 bucket. Canonical will no longer have access to the data. From then on, it follows Amazon's standard processes to delete that data within their infrastructure.
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