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    Default google drive client where is it?

    hi, there is the only google drive unofficial client and its name is grive, but
    in your opinion they will make some official client for Drive?
    PS what is the repo for install it in opensuse 13.2?
    thanks

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    Default Re: google drive client where is it?

    You can use search

    http://software.opensuse.org/search

    Not sure why you think someone else should look it up for you

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    Default Re: google drive client where is it?

    Quote Originally Posted by susecom View Post
    hi, there is the only google drive unofficial client and its name is grive, but
    in your opinion they will make some official client for Drive?
    PS what is the repo for install it in opensuse 13.2?
    thanks
    Here ya go mate >> http://software.opensuse.org/package...rch_term=grive
    On whether they will make an official client, you'd need to ask Google lol...I'd assume they would, Google even uses an in-house developed Ubuntu OS for many of it's employees (Goobuntu I believe lol), so I'd imagine they will get a Linux client at some point.

    Cheers!

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    Default Re: google drive client where is it?

    Google have stated they will release a google drive client for linux . . . but this was over two years ago.

    So is it coming and when? Only google knows.

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