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#1 2015-09-18 09:18:17

jackobyte
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Dropbox install - problem with dropbox.py

Just installed Hydrogen (64bit) onto a laptop - all went well, except when using the Dropbox install script from the Bunsenlabs menu.
There was a problem loading the file dropbox.py. After much searching the web I found this;

$ dropbox start
Starting Dropbox...
The Dropbox daemon is not installed!
Run "dropbox start -i" to install the daemon
dude@lenX201:~$ dropbox start -i
Starting Dropbox...Done!

Many thanks to ever it was ..... Ive lost the reference.

BTW - this problem did not occur with the 32bit laptop install.

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#2 2015-09-18 17:05:09

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Re: Dropbox install - problem with dropbox.py

Welcome to Bunsen ...and thanks for the tip.

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#3 2015-09-19 03:30:41

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Re: Dropbox install - problem with dropbox.py

@jackobyte welcome to the forum!

Sorry, but could you try to make a bit clearer what your problem was with the dropbox pipe menu? Can you post the error message you got?

Also, if you solved it, could you post what you did?
(The pipemenu script should already run 'dropbox.py start -i' to install dropbox. Note, the downloaded dropbox script is named dropbox.py, not dropbox.)


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