Key Board command for controlling this daemon is far more powerful. Check this out:
Usage: u1sdtool [option]
-h, –help show this help message and exit
-w, –wait Wait until ubuntuone-syncdaemon reaches nirvana
Accept the share with the specified id
Reject the share with the specified id
–list-shares Get the list of shares
Subscribe to a share specified by id
Unsubscribe from a share specified by id
–refresh-shares Request a refresh of the list of shares to the server
–offer-share=PATH USER SHARE_NAME ACCESS_LEVEL
Share PATH to USER.
–list-shared List the shared path’s/shares offered.
–create-folder=PATH Create user defined folder in the specified path
Delete user defined folder in the specified path
–list-folders List all the user defined folders
Subscribe to the folder specified by id
Unsubscribe from the folder specified by id
–refresh-volumes Request a refresh of the list of volumes to the server
Request a rescan from scratch for a volume.
–publish-file=PATH Publish file publicly.
Stop publishing file publicly.
–info=PATH Request the metadata of PATH
–list-dirty-nodes Show the list of nodes marked as ‘dirty’
–current-transfers show the current uploads and downloads
-q, –quit Shutdown the syncdaemon
-c, –connect Connect the syncdaemon
-d, –disconnect Disconnect the syncdaemon
-s, –status Get the current status of syncdaemon
–waiting Get the list of operations being executed
–waiting-content Get the waiting content list – Warning: this option is
deprecated, use ‘–waiting’ instead
–waiting-metadata Get the waiting metadata list – Warning: this option
is deprecated, use ‘–waiting’ instead
–start Start syncdaemon if it’s not running