I would like to keep my Tomboy notes synced between my home computer and the LiveUSB I'm using at the classroom. I used to sync them to Ubuntu one back when I used Ubuntu, but now that I'm using Fedora their server doesn't seem to respond.Is there a way that I can sync the notes, either using Ubuntu one or any other solution?
After a prolonged absence, version 4.10, I have started dabbling with Ubuntu again. It was a HDD crashing that sent me down this path. Needless to say, the ability to backup my user data to a second HDD is an important task to me. I'm currently using Back in Time to accomplish this and all is well. However, there is one thing missing. I can't locate my Tomboy Notes data within the file system. I expected to see a "hidden" folder in my /home, but do not. Where this information is stored so I can back it up as well?
Is there a way to make Tomboy Notes startup in the background when Ubuntu is lunched? I added the command "tomboy --search" to startup applications and whenever Ubuntu starts, Tomboy Notes opens the [Search All Notes] window.
In the previous Ubuntu version, I used to use the Tomboy Notes applet from (Add to Panel) and it used to startup without opening any windows. This method still work on Ubuntu 10.04, but I liked the new icon for Tomboy Notes that appears in the status bar.
I cannot find where tomboy notes are located im trying to change from one comp to another, i have already seen the thread that says they are in ~/.tomboy ".note" files but they are no where to be found and neither is that file?
It's always update my local file from web server,which is not my want it.I have beem overwrited by web server many times.It's made me so mad.Is there any way to just only update webserver from local and keep my local files original?
I want to store all my Tomboy notes not on the default directory but I want to put them on a shared partition (I'm dual booting Vista and Ubuntu 10.04). The scenario is that I want to keep the same notes accessible from both Vista and Ubuntu 10.04). So I created a directory on the shared partition (FAT32 partition): /media/STORAGE/Tomboy_notes and store the notes there. On its website, it says "On any operating system, you can override the location of the note directory by setting the TOMBOY_PATH environment variable" but unfortunately I don't know how to do it (I'm blind on this thing).
Is there a way to sync Tomboy notes to multiple locations? I would like to be able to sync them to my UbuntuOne account and at the same time to my local NFS server, but from the looks of it Tomboy only lets you choose one location for syncing. Maybe there's a workaround for this or something?
I attempted to sync Tomboy notes with Ubuntu One, the process claimed to be successful - and deleted all the notes on my computer, with no warning at all. Thankfully I had just backed things up yesterday...
I'm running Karmic, the Tomboy is version 1.0.0, and the Ubuntu One client is 1.0.2 (I think).
A little while ago I was having problems with Tomboy syncing with Ubuntu One at all. Then things worked, but I ran into problems with the program declaring that the notes online were newer than my local ones - which was certainly not the case, as I only use my Ubuntu One account with a single computer. Some of the notes were conflicting, though there were also problems with templates (probably something similar to this bug here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntuone...rs/+bug/502017).
So I deleted all the notes, manually, on the Ubuntu One site, thinking this would help. It certainly didn't help with my template problem, and now when I sync it declares "Synchronization is complete, 32 notes updated. Your notes are now up to date." - and lists all of my notes stating that they were deleted locally! And indeed they are.
If I go online and look at Ubuntu One, the notes tab simply says: "You have no notes (yet!)." I tried to see if this was recurring, and it is. Every time all my notes are deleted.
I've removed Tomboy notes from the startup applications by accident :-( I've tried to re add it again by typing in tomboy in the command area, but when the system starts up, the main window for tomboy notes opens up & when i close the main window tomboy shuts down.How can I get it the way it was before, just a icon in the notification area on system start up?take a look at the system start up command for Tomboy Notes and post it I know the command tomboy notes use in the applications menu * it's Tomboy* but I can't remember the code in the start up applications or system start up command to get it just a icon in the notification area without the main window opening up every time I start gnome,
At home I run 10.10 and set it up last night to sync to Ubuntu one. I figured this would be handy since I often work in the evenings on work projects while at home. My work laptop is 10.04, and I'd prefer to keep it that way with it being an LTS and all, as stable as 10.10 seems to be.Problem is within the Tomboy preference menu I don't see a way to sync my notes to Ubuntu One. I even got the latest PPA, but no dice.
I've been using Tomboy Notes on Mac and, when I recently came over to Ubuntu, was thrilled that I could use it still. However, it quit working. I cannot open it in the Applications Menu, I can't open it via terminal (this is what I get if I try:
brasel@sonny:~$ tomboy -new note (/usr/lib/tomboy/Tomboy.exe:7009): GLib-WARNING **: g_set_prgname() called multiple times /usr/share/themes/Human/gtk-2.0/gtkrc:85: Murrine configuration option "gradients" is no longer supported and will be ignored.
I can't open it at all.I don't have a .tomboy file in my /home directory, or in my /home/brasel directory. I've uninstalled and reinstalled, I even cleaned out my computer via the computer janitor and it still wouldn't re-install and run.
I am attempting to use tomboy and it does not launch giving me the following: Code: ~$ tomboy
(/usr/lib/tomboy/Tomboy.exe:3602): GLib-WARNING **: g_set_prgname() called multiple times (/usr/lib/tomboy/Tomboy.exe:3602): GLib-WARNING **: g_set_prgname() called multiple times [INFO]: Initializing Mono.Addins
installing all the packages again without comment or error, but the problem persists with exactly the same error as above.
I'm trying to start tomboy in the tray, but every time it starts the "Search all notes" window pops up...
How can I stop it from doing this?
If I don't have it running and run command tomboy, it starts in tray fine, running again brings up the search all notes window... If I put tomboy in the startup preferences, it acts as if it's been called twice (But if it's not in there it doesn't run at all)
I am a long-time ubuntu user, but today I installed Debian on my netbook, just because I wasn't happy anymore with Ubuntu.So the install went OK, but now I remember that all my Tomboy notes are on my Ubuntu One acct.So, I ask you.can you teach me how to access my Ubuntu One acct if I don't have Ubuntu anymore.I'm only concerned about my Tomboy backup.
My tomboy always ran very fluently until one day I tried the tomboy-image patch. When I tried to resize a big image in my note, tomboy crashed. This was the first time I experienced tomboy crashed. I felt bothered. As a result, I removed the tomboy-image. Later on, sometimes I clicked on a link to another note or when I clicked on a note and then tomboy crashed. It is not very often but bothered me a lot. Especially after I kill the process, I can't reopen it right away. I have to wait a while. I don't know if it relates to the installation of tomboy-image or not? Since I already remove it, how can it still in effect? Or tomboy normally acts not that fluent when the amount of notes become larger? (I have 6xx notes so far).
When I start Tomboy the applet comes up on the task bar and then it crashes.
I have tried re-installing Tomboy and Mono but it still happens.
I ran Tomboy --debug in the terminal and this is the output:
at Mono.Addins.Serialization.BinaryXmlReader.Skip () <0x00068> at Mono.Addins.Serialization.BinaryXmlReader.Skip () <0x00068> at Mono.Addins.Serialization.BinaryXmlReader.Skip () <0x00068> at Mono.Addins.Serialization.BinaryXmlReader.Skip () <0x00068>
I've used Ubuntu one for file syncing on my work and home computer (started on 10.10 only recently upgraded to 11.04, work is XP) and while it seems a tad slow in syncing it worked okay. Though I've used alternatives because they seem more responsive.
Well I've recently upgraded to 11.04 on my comp at home and installed 11.04 on my lappy (new install). Both are 64-bit version of Ubuntu. Thought I'd start using the other sync features and see how it fairs.
Well files appear to be okay (though I haven't tested it thoroughly yet), but I cannot get firefox bookmarks or tomboy to sync at all. I've searched through the forums but it appears to be only comments about it not working, I've yet to see anyone with a solution. I've checked out .cache/ubuntuone/log and all the syncdeamon exception logs are empty. I also just threw a file into the Ubuntu One folder and it synced damn fast. so it appears the only issues is with the bookmarks and notes.
Just a small issue:I have a note in Tomboy called "Today's tasks".When I access the synchronised note on Ubuntu One, in the tabbed view it is called:"Today's tasks"Perhaps someone working on this would like to investigate it.
Is there any way to embed a URL to an external web page in the text of a tomboy note, in the same way that other notes are linked to? I know I can just pates the URL into the note and have it link out, but when the link is over a hundred characters long (not kidding) then that stops being an option.