Google Drive Files Access on Debian
Hello Linux User! This Easy & Step-by-step Tutorial Shows You How-to Getting-Started to Sync / Access Google Drive Cloud Files on Debian 32/64-bit GNU/Linux Gnome/Xfce/Lxde/Mate/Cinnamon/KDE Desktop.
Thanks to the new feature in Gnome 3.18+ Online Accounts is easy to have access to contents on the Google Drive and other Cloud Services.
Then to launch the administration tool of Online Accounts from desktops not Gnome / Unity will be necessary to make use of a Shell Command.
The Google Drive account will be accessible only on the Nautilus File Manager that will be automatically installed in the Non Gnome Desktops.
This is an essential Zen guide that simply seeks to bring each user to the target in the easiest and quickest way.
Open a Shell Terminal emulator window
Start Typing ‘term’ on Desktop.
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
How-to Install Google Drive Client on DebianGoogle Drive Client for Debian
Launching Gnome Online Accounts from Shell
Google Drive Account Set-UpSelect the Online Accounts.
Click on “Add Online Account.”
Enter Your’s Google Account Credentials…
Then the Google Drive Integration should be Working!
Accessing Google-Drive Folder on File Manager
Make an Alias to Easily Access the Online Accounts (Optional)Alias Command Guide
Thanks to webupd8.org
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