gdfuse-featured-image.jpg Google Drive is an excellent medium for people who need to store online copies of their files. Linux users can leverage its free 15 GB plan for backing up essential configuration files. Moreover, you can back up a large volume of data, including media files, if you have an active Google Workspace (formerly G-Suite) plan. This guide will show how you can automatically back up files to Google Drive in Linux using the open-source package google-drive-ocamlfuse and CRON. What is google-drive-ocamlfuse? google-drive-ocamlfuse is a FUSE filesystem that lets users mount their Google Drive storage on the local machine…. Read more14166027.gif

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