I liked a picture of Red Rose, the way it turned out and I decided to use it as wall paper this month. Screen shot of Desktop is here:
Presently I am using Ubuntu-Gnome Desktop. It does not have Unity. It is better than Lbuntu. That had many problems in relation to graphics. The original Picture of Red-rose is about 2.3 MB and I shall provide a link asa asked by somebody.
Ever since the Unity came on board Ubuntu, clamor for alternatives started. One alternative was Linux Mint with Cinnamon or mate. The option to remove Unity manually from Ubuntu 12.04 did not work as Update Manager messed up and rendered the system unstable. Thus over all Ubuntu now sucks like windows. The very purpose of choosing Ubuntu was stability and speed but it stands defeated with Unity.
The Linux Mint is the best alternative to Ubuntu with Unity Desktop but it had one problem. Ubuntu One, the cloud service of Ubuntu does not work thereon and error remained unresolved. Officially there is no word, either way. Second is the problem with older machines. Dual core machine with 2 Ghz speed are now old machines. Anything less than that is obsolete. Hence Linux Mint, also runs a little slower. Add a decade old LCD Monitor and we have compounded the problem. Alternative is Lubuntu.
Trying to install UbuntuOne cloud sync on Linux Mint 13 Maya (Cinnamon) with the following command:
Sudo apt-get install ubuntuone-installer
The installer started well but it hanged in the middle with following message:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/usr/bin/ubuntuone-control-panel-qt”, line 29, in
from ubuntuone.controlpanel.gui.qt import main
File “/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/ubuntuone-control-panel/ubuntuone/controlpanel/gui/__init__.py”, line 26, in
from ubuntuone.controlpanel.backend import UBUNTUONE_LINK
File “/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/ubuntuone-control-panel/ubuntuone/controlpanel/backend.py”, line 27, in
from ubuntuone.platform.credentials import CredentialsManagementTool
File “/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/ubuntuone-client/ubuntuone/platform/__init__.py”, line 34, in
from ubuntu_sso.xdg_base_directory import xdg_home
ImportError: No module named xdg_base_directory
The message above is certainly not readable by humans. Though it appears that some definitions are missing. Can anybody help? I have tried headless install also by following command but it did not improve:
sudo apt-get install ubuntuone-client python-simplejson gir1.2-unity-5.0 -y && sudo wget http://people.canonical.com/~roman.yepishev/us/u1sdtool-wrapper -O /usr/local/bin/u1sdtool && sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/u1sdtool && cd /tmp && wget http://people.canonical.com/~roman.yepishev/us/ubuntuone-sso-login.py && python ubuntuone-sso-login.py
And also pasted the out put from above to this file
but it did not help? Any suggestion or solution?
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