Sync with Google drive

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Is there no easy way to synchronize my documents folder(on my PC) with Google drive in Ubuntu?

As far as I know it only works on Windows and Mac.
 


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I used to do this a while ago, then stopped one time when I installed a new distro. I totally forgot about it :)

I do remember there were some good options out there.. i think there's a super-easy one that unfortunately goes through a 3rd party company that i 'believe' charged for it.. I never looked into that option, but I do think there's a few ways to accomplish this.

I can't tonight, but maybe over the weekend i'll look into it again and see what I come up with.

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Thanks Rob! The easiest way, would be to upload the documents folder on my PC to Google drive and delete it say every two weeks and upload it again to a more current version of my documents. It's mostly PDF files that reference reading kind of stuff.
 
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