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How can I disable Grive popup on startup?

I'm using Grive to sync multiple Google Drive accounts, therefore I am not using the Google Drive folder (which by the way has a nasty space in the name), but several different custom folders I ...
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grive not synchronizing : sync time not long enough?

i have installed grive-tools as such : http://www.linuxtechi.com/mount-google-drive-in-ubuntu/ the synchronization is not working and my google drive folder remain empty. I wonder if my ...
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Installation error Google Drive did not Sync. Run Grive Setup again

I followed this link http://www.thefanclub.co.za/content/how-install-grive-tools-ubuntu-1204-64bit to install grive in my ubuntu 12.04. This link says that this suits 12.04. But after I finished ...
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Grive installation error

I was trying to use google drive backup in ubuntu using 'grive' . I got the following error on running the make command: scientia@ubuntu:~/gDrive/grive$ make [ 1%] Building CXX object ...
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How to push (sync) from local repository to my Google Drive using Grive client on Ubuntu?

I would like to push changes from my local Google Drive to cloud. How to sync this way? Thank you.
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Using Grive to backup Links to large folder

I have a folder that contains 2 Gig of photos for Shotwell that I want to backup using Grive. I created a Link to the folder and moved the link to the Google Drive folder. When I run Sync Now, it ...
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Run a command on Shutdown? [duplicate]

I recently installed Grive, a third party Google Drive tool for Ubuntu, and in order to sync the folders, you must run the command grive in the Google Drive folder in your home page. Is there a way I ...
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How do you find out where Lubuntu applications are after installation? (Grive specifically)

I'm very, very new to Linux / Lubuntu I have successfully installed several programs and found them in obvious locations. That said, I'm trying to install Grive, and since I'm using Lubuntu, I don't ...
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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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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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Multiple Google Drive Accounts (grive)

I have installed grive for my Google Drive integration in Ubuntu 12.04, Can I to add multiple google accounts with multiple grive instances? I'm doing something similar with Dropbox then I would think ...
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How to force overwrite of non-debian package?

Background I am trying to install Google Drive, so I am installing Grive. I previously tried to install syncdrive, which is no longer supported. Now, I am having some conflicts between the two ...
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Portable software in Linux

Can someone tell me how to create a portable application. I want to create a portable application of Grive client. In my school I don't have the right to install anything. Thanks.
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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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Grive on Ubuntu 12.10 gives: “error while loading shared libraries: libbfd-2.22-system.so” [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: There's an issue with an Alpha/Beta Release of Ubuntu, what should I do? I've just installed Ubuntu 12.10 and am trying to get Grive working using these ...
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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 ...