Is there any apps in Ubuntu that can manage cloud services? (Sky Drive - Google Drive - Drop Box and ....) something like ES File Manager In Android that can Add and manage many cloud services. Of course i didn’t found any apps for windows that can manage them together in one. If there is any in Ubuntu let me know... thanks
There is not a single application, however, integration with the file-manager can be very tight and work well.
The official Dropbox client transparently syncs all your files and integrates with Nautilus. Moreover, you can even add or edit the files by any other mean (including the terminal) and it will still work.
Google Drive can be mounted similarly to an external drive, thus allowing seamless access through Nautilus and other software. There is a detailed blog article about this.
Here is a small summary: the software is called
google-drive-ocamlfuse and can be installed with a PPA:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alessandro-strada/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install google-drive-ocamlfuse
It must be started a first time to authorize it to access your account:
Then you can create a folder to act as the mount point and start accessing Google Drive:
mkdir ~/gdrive google-drive-ocamlfuse ~/gdrive
OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive)
There is a similar software for OneDrive, called OneDrive-D. Again, there is a neat blog article about it, and here's a quick summary.
You have to download the software from GitHub and unzip it:
wget https://github.com/xybu92/onedrive-d/archive/master.zip -O onedrived.zip unzip onedrived.zip && rm onedrived.zip
Then you can start the installation script:
cd onedrive-d-master/ sudo ./inst install
If you don't see the configuration window, run
onedrive-prefs. To launch the app after a reboot, you need to run