How To Mount Google Drive Locally As Virtual File System In Linux

Mount Google Drive Locally As Virtual File System In Linux

6 Responses

  1. Amin says:

    there is lots of bugs in installing ocaml-base and other stuffs from AUR. So I give it up for now

  2. kirikopulos says:

    How about rclone, surprised that no one talks about it or compares it with other alternatives.

  3. Peter says:

    This will never work because you have to be ON the actual linux machine in order to even see the instructions provided after clicking “allow” on the google drive auth page. How can this be done from the TERMINAL ONLY? IE via SSH?

  4. Doug says:

    google-drive-ocamlfuse: works, but so, so, SOOOOO slow for listing. I was running through strace and saw an average time to stat things in a team drive = 3-5 seconds per item. ouch. It did support team drives though.
    gcsf is much better, but still slow compared to an average file system. I could stat about 10 items per second. (pretty poor compared to any other filesystem, but much better than the ocaml version. This does not support team drive mounting.

  5. l says:

    I would need a way to mount it for free on Windows: it seems impossible to find!

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