Ubuntu One – Cloud Storage Service For Ubuntu, iPhone And Android Users


Ubuntu One is a personal cloud storage web service for Ubuntu users which provides synchronization of not just files and folders but also bookmarks (via Firefox add-on),  as well as bandwidth restriction management options (for downloading and uploading files). It also has an application for  iPhone and Android phones which can also be used to stream music. Every user gets up to 2Gb of free storage. It also has a Continue Reading →

New Features Of Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin

Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin

Every time there is a new Ubuntu operating system released, it can be a bit tricky to differentiate the new features from the old ones. While the GUI changes are quite apparent and each time the Unity launcher looks more stylish, there are some very basic features that one can easily overlook. Previously I brought you the New Features of Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot, and later the process to Upgrade Continue Reading →

Get Marlin File Browser For Linux With Dropbox And Ubuntu One Support


Marlin is a file browser for Linux based operating systems like Ubuntu. It is based on GTK3 and comes with a number of handy feature that are lacked by other file browsers. This includes Dropbox and Ubuntu One integration. Perhaps one of the best features of Marlin is its support for plugins which enables enhancing it to extend its functionality. For example, you can sync, share and publish your external Continue Reading →

How To Backup And Restore Ubuntu With Deja Dup Backup Tool

Déjà Dup Backup Tool has been an effective backup application for Ubuntu Linux. For this reason, it has been made as the premium backup tool for Ubuntu and comes pre-installed with Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot. What makes it quite a handy tool is the fact that it is a simple backup tool,which hides the complexity of backing up data within an easy to use GUI (Graphical User Interface). Some of Continue Reading →

Ubuntu One Indicator: Manage Ubuntu One Synchronization From System Tray

Ubuntu One is a famous cloud storage service which comes pre-installed with Ubuntu. Despite being an excellent synchronization service, it is unable to match Dropbox due to lack of a few features. One of these features include the absence of an app-indicator menu applet. For this reason, one requires using third-party applications like Magicicada to view real time synchronization stats. Ubuntu One Indicator is an app-indicator applet which displays Ubuntu Continue Reading →

Sync Ubuntu Files With Windows Using Ubuntu One Client For Windows

Ubuntu One is a widely used cloud storage service by canonical which works much like SugarSync and Dropbox. Ubuntu One comes installed with the Ubuntu operating system and also has apps for Android and iPhone. After a long era of success with Linux users, Ubuntu One has finally released a version for the Windows operating system. This means that you can easily sync your files between, Ubuntu, Windows, Android and Continue Reading →

Manage Files And View Real-time Ubuntu One Stats For With Magicicada

Ubuntu One is a Dropbox type cloud storage service with Ubuntu, Android and iPhone applications. Magicicada is a GUI front end for Ubuntu One to help you manage and view the file synchronization of your Ubuntu One account. Unlike the default Ubuntu One GUI, it displays a more detailed interface which shows synchronization stats in real time for Ubuntu One  files. Moreover, users can also view information about their shared Continue Reading →

How To Secure Ubuntu One Files By Encrypting Them Before Uploading

Ubuntu One is a free Canonical web service similar to Dropbox which comes pre-installed with the Ubuntu operating system. It allows users to store and sync files between computers and mobile devices (such as Android and iPhone) using it’s cloud storage service. Previously I explained the procedure to encrypt Dropbox in Ubuntu using ENCFS. This time I will tell you how to encrypt Ubuntu One files.  Ubuntu One Encrypt/Decrypt is Continue Reading →