Add OneDrive support to your Linux installation

Microsoft’s OneDrive is very handy and gives you ample cloud storage; but as every Microsoft product, it’s challenging to use it under Linux. Well it seems that is about to change.

onedrive-d is the open source solution to cater to your needs; it runs as a monitoring daemon and it synchronizes the contents of a local folder you specify with your OneDrive account, making it a viable Dropbox alternative for Linux. The tutorial is pretty straight forward, and you can find it here. The project claims support for Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora and RHEL – I’ll try it out later today in my Manjaro installation and I’ll update this post for any issues I may encounter.

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2 Responses

  1. Boopathirajs says:

    Yes it supported for Ubuntu and OpenSuse

  2. it does not work on CentOS & Fedora

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