What software use to have Gdrive in opensuse?

Hello, I need to synchronize my personal files that are on GDrive in opensuse, what program could be using? In ubuntu he used the Insync, but it seems not to have suse. I’m using opensuse 42.1 leap.

On Wed 08 Jun 2016 03:26:01 AM CDT, Djtx wrote:

Hello, I need to synchronize my personal files that are on GDrive in
opensuse, what program could be using? In ubuntu he used the Insync, but
it seems not to have suse. I’m using opensuse 42.1 leap.

Hi
If you have used insync before, then you have an account and can
download the openSUSE rpm (well a fedora rpm which should work).

Else commandline: GitHub - odeke-em/drive: Google Drive client for the commandline


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I’m using Insync on Tumbleweed and I’m very satisfied with it, FWIW.

Cris

People do not know much about’m learning linux. How do I install the opensuse InSync? could better detail the installation process, already I looked a lot like installing InSync and found.

Hi
Download the rpm version, then opena terminal windows and as root user;


zypper in <full_name_of_rpm.rpm>

For example for google earth;


su -
cd /home/<username>/Downloads
zypper in google-earth-stable_current_x86_64.rpm
exit

Then the command would be:

zypper in https://github.com/odeke-em/drive

After the program was installed or need to do something else?
I’m using opensuse kde leap

Hi
That’s not the sync program you referred to (I’m being intentionally vague because it’s a commercial program), the above link is program called ‘drive’ a commandline tool only.

If you want to use the commandline tool, you need to do a few things;

First install the needed packages to build (all done from a terminal;


su -
zypper in go mercurial git hg-git
exit
{so your back as your user}
mkdir -p ~/go
export GOPATH=$HOME/go
export PATH=$PATH:$GOPATH/bin
go get github.com/odeke-em/drive/cmd/drive
$GOPATH/bin/drive init

At the above point you need to copy/paste the authorization code, then;


$GOPATH/bin/drive about
$GOPATH/bin/drive

If all ok, then I would just copy the built app to ~/bin;


cp $GOPATH/bin/drive ~/bin/drive

Then you can open a terminal and run command and options as required since it’s not a GUI program.

I did not want the command line, wanted the graphic InSync.
I went on InSync page and downloaded the rpm for fedora and used the command:

sudo zypper in InSync-1.3.8.36087-fc21.x86_64.rpm

There was a problem installing insync.rpm:

Problem: no one provides glibc> = 2.20 is needed to InSync-1.3.8.36087-fc21.x86_64
  Solution 1: Do not install InSync-1.3.8.36087-fc21.x86_64
  Solution 2: InSync break-1.3.8.36087-fc21.x86_64 ignoring some of its dependencies

How do I fix?
Thank you

Hi
Is there an earlier version available to download? openSUSE Leap glibc is 2.19.

The installation was a success, I downloaded a previous version of InSync for fedora and the problem disappeared.
Thanks for the support, had already given up on having my files synchronized on my suse.
Thank you all.