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Features

SyncDrive syncs your files stored on your Google Drive on your Ubuntu / Linux Mint with ease.

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Install SyncDrive in ubuntu 13.10/13.04/12.10

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nemh/gambas3
sudo apt-get update

Now download the syncdrive deb packages from here

Once you have deb package you can double click on it to install or run the following command from your terminal

sudo dpkg -i syncdrive_0.9-1-i386.deb

The above command might report some errors to fix this run the following comamnd

sudo apt-get -f install

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3 Comments to “How to install SyncDrive in ubuntu 13.10/13.04/12.10”

  1. Ido says:

    Ho do I configure Syncdrive to schedule syncs? now it only syncs manually.
    Thanks!

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  2. ga says:

    Hi – Not installing in Ubuntu 14.04 gamba 1.49 is what sycn wants and I am showing 1.55 in synaptic

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    hans Reply:

    Hello, cannot find “libboost-filesystem1.49″ anywhere in the web. depedencies cannot be solved.
    So installation fails. :-(

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