Do your files look different between your computer, tablet, phone, or dropbox.com? This step-by-step article will walk you through troubleshooting steps, and will solve the majority of syncing problems.
Fix: If you do not see the tray icon, you do not have Dropbox installed on your computer.
You should reinstall the Dropbox desktop application.
This could be creating a new shortcut, creating or saving a new file or folder in it, and so on.
But at times, you may find that the desktop or the window may not auto-refresh and to see the changes, you have to manually Refresh it, either by pressing F5 or via the context menu.
On running the follwing command The wallpaper of the desktop does not change. The change is reflected on the desktop only on restarting.
Is there a solution other than restarting my machine everytime I change my wallpaper?
org.gnome.desktop.background picture-opacity 100 org.gnome.desktop.background secondary-color '#000000' org.gnome.desktop.background show-desktop-icons false org.gnome.desktop.background primary-color '#000000' org.gnome.desktop.background color-shading-type 'solid' org.gnome.desktop.background picture-options 'zoom' org.gnome.desktop.background picture-uri 'file:///home/sandy/Pictures/Wallpapers/2016-03-29.jpg' $ gsettings list-recursively org.gnome.nautilus.desktop org.gnome.nautilus.desktop trash-icon-name 'Trash' org.gnome.nautilus.desktop text-ellipsis-limit 3 org.gnome.nautilus.desktop background-fade true org.gnome.nautilus.desktop home-icon-visible false org.gnome.nautilus.desktop trash-icon-visible false org.gnome.nautilus.desktop network-icon-visible false org.gnome.nautilus.desktop font '' org.gnome.nautilus.desktop network-icon-name 'Network Servers' org.gnome.nautilus.desktop home-icon-name '' org.gnome.nautilus.desktop volumes-visible false Can you please add a little more detail?
What exactly did you do, what did you want to achieve and what happened instead? Please reproduce them in their entirety in your question.
Fix: Add the Dropbox cache folder to an ignore list on your security/antivirus software. Once synced, you should no longer see these warnings or quarantine messages.