Fix google-drive-ocamlfuse not able to get token error

The google-drive-ocamlfuse not able to get token error appears when using google-drive-ocamlfuse access to google-drive-ocamlfuse application to Google Drive has been revoked or not granted.

If the above error appears, delete the .gdfuse folder and a new token will be generated when google-drive-ocamlfuse application is run again. Open the file manager and remove the folder . . . → Read More: Fix google-drive-ocamlfuse not able to get token error

Best free cloud storage service for data with Linux support

If you want good storage with great synchronization support for Linux, you can try any of the following cloud storage services for your data:

Dropbox (2 GB free) Copy.com (15 GB free) mega.co.nz (50 GB free) SpiderOak (2 GB free)

The above 3 are very popular and have Linux Synchronization clients that make it easy . . . → Read More: Best free cloud storage service for data with Linux support

How to open and use Google Drive in Linux using google-drive-ocamlfuse

Google has till date not released a Linux client for Google Drive. Result, we are dependent on 3rd party tools or applications to access Google Drive from Linux. There are a few solutions like:

Grive InSync google-drive-ocamlfuse

Of the above, InSync is a paid software available for about US$ 10, that solves all problems with . . . → Read More: How to open and use Google Drive in Linux using google-drive-ocamlfuse

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