Google Drive is a file storage and sync service by Google that was released on April 24, 2012

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Alternative to Google Drive for Ubuntu [duplicate]

I switched over to xubuntu, but one of the most important things that I really need/use seems to not be available for Linux. It's google drive, and the ones i've tried such as Grive, just don't work ...
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how to upload any file to google drive using Ubuntu file manager

I am not getting the way to upload any file to Google drive as the drive is just like a folder in Ubuntu and copy paste of any file to drive does not uploads it and also i haven't seen any option to ...
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how to download google spreadsheets using terminal?

Hello I am using ubuntu 12.04 . I need to access many google spreadsheets which are shared with many collaborators. How Can I download them using terminal?
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Is Grive still ignoring files that start with “.” (hidden)

I am considering alternatives to Dropbox. I have read that Grive (version 0.2) ignores files that start with "." (hidden). This means that my Git directories wont get sync which is a show stopper for ...
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Is there a Google Drive client available?

I'd like to install a Google Drive client for Xubuntu (12.04). I'm getting non-English Google results, and I didn't find grive in the Xubuntu repositories. Does anyone know of a client that works ...
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How to upload a file to google drive?

I would like to just upload files to google drive from the command line. I don't care about synchronisation. I just want to upload things to google drive and if they exist they get replaced if not ...
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Private alternative to Google Docs?

Is there software to install on an ubuntu server, and then use to collaboratively edit text files, sometimes adding some attachments? it's important that no data is lost if 2 people save the same doc ...
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Sync google documents (non “typical” documents)

I'm currently using grive to sync my workspace with my Google Drive and it does great, except I have a question- Any documents that you edit online in the actual drive do not get stored as .doc files ...
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Get Rid of inSync

I'm new here, so I'm not totally sure if this question would be appropriate for these forums, but anyways... How can I uninstall inSync from my computer. I didn't like the service and so, I ...
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Using Google Drive on an Ubuntu tablet

I am interested in purchasing a tablet for school. I am interested in purchasing it to take notes, but I would like to do so in Google Drive for several reasons. As I have researched, I have found ...
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Backup Server docs and sql files with Grive

Has anyone ever used Grive for Ubuntu Server backs up to Google Drive? How safe would this be? (Not sure if my "anti-google" boss would like it too much but still)
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How to install Google drive? [duplicate]

How to install Google drive in Ubuntu 13.04? I am trying to find out an installation file from Internet (by using Google search). But, am not able to find out such installer.
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I cannot open Google docs in Libreoffice.

I've just installed isync to use Google Drive on Ubuntu 12.04. Its really nice, synchronizes very well. However, I'm not able to open my doc files using libreoffice. The error is mainly this: The ...
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Pasting from vim in terminal to Google Docs (Firefox + Vimperator) - need to understand

I had some trouble with copy-pasting text from vim in terminal to Google Docs (aka Drive) document (hereafter GDd) in FF browser (with Vimperator). Note: I have a file opened in Vim 7.2 in ...
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How to access Google drive from Ubuntu [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a Google Drive client available for Ubuntu? Is there any app that can fully integrate with Ubuntu(with Nautilus) to access Google docs and other files that I ...
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How to make a launcher that will first navigate to a folder and then execute a command that resides in normal /usr/bin/

Okay this Question is basically directed for using GRIVE the linux client for Google Drive Details on how to do it are Here. The thing is that,evrytime i want the folder to sync,I have to navigate ...