How to mount Google Drive on Linux

As I speak, more than 22,000 people signed up for a petition, desperately wanting to have an official native Linux client for Google Drive, and yet their voice is still being ignored by Google. Perhaps when it comes to boosting their bottom line, Linux desktop market is not a priority for Google. They can ignore […]
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How to access Dropbox from the command line in Linux

Cloud storage is everywhere in today’s multi-device environment where people want to access content across multiple devices wherever they go. Dropbox is the most widely used cloud storage service due to its elegant UI and flawless multi-platform compatibility. There are numerous official or unofficial Dropbox clients available on multiple platforms. Linux has its own share […]
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How to sync Google Drive from the command line on Linux

Google Drive is a cloud storage provided by Google, which allows file sync, file sharing and collaborative editing. As of this writing, Google offers Google Drive client software on multiple platforms: Windows, Mac OS X, Android and iOS. Notably, however, the official Linux client for Google Drive is still missing. So if you want to […]
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How to mount Box.com cloud storage on Linux

Box.com (previously Box.net) is an online cloud storage provider targeting both individual users and enterprise customers. Box.com users can access its cloud storage via web interface or multi-platform mobile client software. As of writing, Box.com does not offer a native Linux client. Thankfully, however, they make available WebDAV servers which export your Box.com account as […]
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