Mount Google Drive In Linux With google-drive-ocamlfuse

More than a year after Google has announced its file storage and synchronization service called Drive, there’s still no official Linux client. There are some unofficial clients, but they’re not perfect: Insync is not free, Grive is command line only and its development seems to have stopped and so on.So here’s another alternative for easily managing your Google Drive files under Linux: google-drive-ocamlfuse.google-drive-ocamlfuse is a FUSE filesystem backend for Google Drive which you can use to mount your Google Drive under Linux.Among its features are full read/write support for regular files and folders, multiple account support, duplicate file handling as well as access to the Google Drive trash directory. google-drive-ocamlfuse also provides read-only access to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, which its converts to ODT, ODS of PDF (this can be configured).google-drive-ocamlfuse is still under testing so while it works pretty well, you may encounter bugs. For instance, in my test, some Google documents weren’t converted for some reason.It’s also worth mentioning that the changes don’t show up instantly – when you edit or upload a new file, it can take 60 seconds (this is configurable) until the changes show up in the mounted filesystem. If newly added files don’t

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