I’ve been trying to work with Ubuntu One on my two Ubuntu 10.04 amd64 computers. I’m glad I’m trying the free version because it’s very painful. Bookmark sync doesn’t appear to work at all.
Update: I fixed my problem with the Firefox Bindwood extension. Apparmor seems to have been causing the problem there.
Update 2: Canonical’s status page for Ubuntu One says that there are problems syncing bookmarks.
For the past week I’ve been running an iFolder 3.8 server as a KVM virtual machine under Proxmox VE. It’s based on the iFolder JeOS appliance from Suse Studio.
“Glory to God in the highest
and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests.”
I was watching an episode of Bones tonight and was struck by one of the songs. It’s Bring on the Wonder by Susan Enan. Here’s a sample:
Bring on the wonder
bring on the song
I’ve pushed you down deep in my soul for too long
Looks like the latest Ubuntu 10.04 packages for iFolder are working properly. Hopefully I won’t have to wait too long for packages for Ubuntu 10.10.
Looks like the ifolder project is undergoing some sort of transition. Stay tuned for more.
(This seems to happen regularly. I’m keeping my fingers crossed.)
“For all those whose cares have been our concern, the work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die.”
For the past month or so, I’ve been playing with the ifolder appliance developed by Steve Shaw. It’s been working well. Now I want to see if I can get it running in a KVM instance.
(I’ve also been using the ifolder client packages for Ubuntu made by Marcelo Shima.)
Congratulations, Mr. President!
I’ve been having problems burning DVDs with Ubuntu 8.04 (the AMD64 version) for the past couple of weeks. I found the “all_generic_ide” fix online which seems to have fixed the problem when burning data DVDs from Brasero, but I’m still having problems burning isos from Gnome.
Ubuntu sees the DVD burner as “ATAPI: HL-DT-STDVD+-RW GSA-H31N, B109, max UDMA/100”
Update: Looks like the issue may have been the quality of the blank DVDs that I was trying to use.