How to Mount Google Drive in Linux Using “Google Drive OCamlfuse” Client

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27 Responses

  1. Lim JH says:

    When I try to give ownership to avi, it says “user is not found” .Any idea?

  2. Thu Win says:

    This caused Linux Mint to stop booting!

  3. Jose Rivera says:

    Thanks a lot folks, very useful, even if I have no knowledge about Linux (sorry my English, I do not speak English).

  4. Jacques says:


    I have had to change:
    gdfuse#default /mnt/gdrive fuse uid=1000,gid=1000 0 0
    gdfuse#default /mnt/google_drive fuse uid=1000,gid=1000,user 0 0

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Thanks for sharing the tip, but could you tell us why it needed and how you came to know? it will help us to correct the article with correct explanation. So, that end users will know more better about the command.

  5. laudup says:

    Thank you very much for this tutorial. It is really very useful.
    The question is what to do if you only have the command line and no GUI (so no browser too ;-).

    Thank you.

  6. Boi Le says:

    google-drive-ocamlfuse on Lubuntu 14.04 is too slow. I tried to use vi to edit a text file in google-drive, when I pasted about 2KB text from clipboard, it took around 60 seconds. The same thing works smoothly on, it seems that pCloud do caching well.

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