How to Access Google Drive in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

6 Responses

  1. tonio vanzetti says:

    There is also Insync, a very good client but not free.
    I had test in the past overgrive but lot of bug, maybe now it’s more stable.
    Never testing gdrive for gnome but it’s very interesting… but i have bought insync 😉

  2. Lorenzo says:

    I choosed to use nautilus in combination of gnome online-account.
    Anytime I open “Files” (I mean the ubuntu file system explorer) and browse to the drive folder created by Nautilus, it loads all my drive directories and take a minute to complete.
    How let say Nautilus too cache the drive folder tree?

    thank you,

  3. Ed H says:

    Nice! Thanks for this. Also works with Google Apps for Work

  4. jani says:

    I did install and set up my Gnome account but doesn’t seem to work very well since only some of my files and folders in Google Drive are shown in Nautilus. I’m not sure what steps I would be missing and am looking for help/suggestions.

  5. Ric says:

    Thanks! I followed the Nautilus steps. It also works if you are using Nemo.

  6. Reda Makhchan says:

    But why asking for all those rights :
    manage emails, manage contacts, manage calendar…

    the only right needed is manage gDrive !

    Cannot allow all those right for the app.

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