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Install Grive-Tools free google drive client

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Disk (Google Drive) - cloud data warehouse, owned by Google , allowing users to store their data on servers in the cloud and share them with other users online. After activation replaces Google docs.
The client software was available for the following platforms: personal computers running Windows, Mac OS X, smartphones and tablets with Android , iPhone and iPad. Linux Support was absent until recently, but recently Fan Club has created a graphical interface for Google Grive called Grive-Tools, which is compatible with the following desktop environment: Unity, Mate, Gnome Classic and LXDE.

Sorry for the spelling and phonetic errors in the text.
Owner and main writer of MintGuide.org is not a native English speaker.


Features:
  • Grive-Tools to assist you in installing and setting up Google Drive in Ubuntu.
  • Grive-Tools consists of the following components :
  • Grive-Setup - basic setup and configuration.
  • Grive indicator Google Drive, which is displayed on the panel.
The graphical installer will guide you through the installation and configuration of Google Drive in your home directory .
You can access the files on the Google Drive locally and synchronize your files with Google Drive online. (Without account to Google Docs)
Auto Sync - Grive-Tools. New files and folders will be downloaded to your Google Drive automatically after a few seconds.
Grive Indicator application supports both light and dark desktop theme.
Notification on the screen inform about the activities Google Drive.
Possibility of the integration of Google Drive icon on the panel Unity.

Installation:
Open a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T), copy and run the following commands:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:thefanclub/grive-tools
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install grive-tools

Once the installation is finished, start the customization from Grive-Setup from the menu.
 
You will be prompted to confirm your Google account in the browser:

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After entering your data Google account, you will immediately be sent to the code:

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Copy and paste it into the window Grive Setup:

Install Grive-Tools free google drive client

And so the installation is finished:

Install Grive-Tools free google drive client

Now all your files and folders will be stored locally in a folder Google Drive in your Home directory, and automatically synchronized with your cloud on a Google server.

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To display panel indicator in the system tray - Google Drive Indicator, activate it from the menu, drag the Unity icon Google Drive!

Good Luck!!!

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Last edited by Shekin - 21-03-2016, 13:57

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Tocoapuffs
Is there any way to limit the upload and download bandwidth that it takes up? I tried preferences in the google drive indicator but it doesn't have that option.
I'm using the product in both Cinnamon 17 and Ubuntu 14.04.
Help would be much appreciated! Thank you in advance.
Shekin
Quote: Tocoapuffs
Is there any way to limit the upload and download bandwidth that it takes up? I tried preferences in the google drive indicator but it doesn't have that option.
I'm using the product in both Cinnamon 17 and Ubuntu 14.04.
Help would be much appreciated! Thank you in advance.

Unfortunately I don't know how to limit, in any cloud-based utility, I have not seen such a function. But thanks to you looked for possible solutions. Found a program that limits the speed of any program in the system. Later I will write about it in the blog. You can try it yourself. http://monkey.org/~marius/pages/?page=trickle
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