Running Ubuntu One on Fedora

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The following method does not work on Fedora 17. To Run Ubuntu One on Fedora 17 follow this article.

To run Ubuntu One on Fedora follow these steps:

Step 1

Now get this following packages

wget wget wget wget wget wget wget wget

Step 2

Now follow these steps and if every thing finishes without any error the Ubuntu One folder on your fedora home folder with automatically sync with online Ubuntu one account.

su yum install imake yum install python-twisted python-inotify python-oauth protobuf-python python-distutils-extra yum install gnome-settings-daemon-devel nautilus-devel
yum install protobuf protobuf-compiler yum install PyQt4 PyQt4-devel yum install wget

tar -xzvf configglue-1.0.tar.gz tar -xzvf lazr.restful-0.19.3.tar.gz tar -xzvf lazr.restfulclient-0.12.0.tar.gz tar -xzvf lazr.uri-1.0.2.tar.gz tar -xzvf ubuntuone-client-2.0.0.tar.gz tar -xzvf ubuntuone-client-gnome-2.0.0.tar.gz tar -xzvf ubuntuone-storage-protocol-2.0.0.tar.gz tar -xzvf ubuntu-sso-client-1.3.3.tar.gz

mkdir ul

mv ubuntuone-storage-protocol-2.0.0 ul/protocol

mv ubuntuone-client-2.0.0 ul/client

mv configglue-1.0 ul/configglue

mv lazr.restful-0.19.3 ul/lazr.restful

mv lazr.restfulclient-0.12.0 ul/lazr.restfulclient

mv lazr.uri-1.0.2 ul/lazr.uri

mv ubuntu-sso-client-1.3.3 ul/sso

ls ul

cd ul && cd lazr.restful

python build

su python install –prefix=/usr

cd .. && cd lazr.restfulclient

python build

su python install –prefix=/usr

cd .. && cd lazr.uri

python build

su python install –prefix=/usr

cd .. && cd configglue

python build

su python install –prefix=/usr

cd .. && cd sso

python build

su python install –prefix=/usr

cd .. && cd protocol

python build

sudo python install –prefix=/usr

cd .. && cd client

./configure –with-protocol=../protocol –with-sso=../sso –prefix=/usr –sysconfdir=/etc


su make install

cd ..

su mkdir /etc/xdg/ubuntuone

su cp client/data/syncdaemon.conf /etc/xdg/ubuntuone

Other Commands:

/usr/lib/ubuntu-sso-client/ubuntu-sso-login &&

/usr/libexec/ubuntuone-syncdaemon –debug

u1sdtool -c

u1sdtool –start

u1sdtool –list-folders

u1sdtool –subscribe-folder FOLDERID

u1sdtool –start<br />

If you have followed the instructions as shown here you should have a working Ubuntu One application running perfectly on Fedora. I have tested this on Fedora 16, so I know for sure that I will at least work on fedora 16. If you are facing any problem then feel free to leave a comment.

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