Until recently, I used Dropbox as my cloud storage, which worked awesome across Windows, Android, and Ubuntu, where I saved all my research and could access pretty much anywhere. But now Dropbox for some weird reason has stopped supporting Linux, and what this means in practice is that it no longer works on my school computer, it no longer syncs to my "offline" folder.
Ideally, I either need to fix the Dropbox issue (which appears not possible since the Linux computers are school computers for which I don't have administrator access, and the IT people here refuse to help me), or find a suitable replacement. For instance, Google Drive appears to not be a good enough replacement, because there is no easy way for me to sync Google Drive to an "offline" folder in my school storage, since Google Drive does not support Linux either (!). The reason that using Google Drive on the web browser is not good enough for me is that I need to edit the files in my Google Drive through an offline app, when I'm using the school computer (namely, a LaTeX editor).
I will be content with some solution that allows me to
1) Save and edit through offline apps the cloud storage files in Windows and Linux.
2)Access the files in Android.
Please help me solve my issue.