How do you mount Google Drive on Linux? It seems simple to the designers of Dropbox but it's eluded those at Google.
Insync: https://www.insynchq.com/#112472431252847033039/settings An official agent would be better - preferably something that provides a FUSE driver. Something OpenSource would be even better; but Insync works fine. Behaves very dropbox like and even supports multiple google accounts. You're correct, though - without Insync or a better option Google drive might as well not exist, as far as Unix users go.
SuSE (6.2), and
RedHat (also 6.2).
I picked SuSE - mainly because every package I looked for in the first few weeks of use were available on one of the 6 cd's the distro came on; but for other reasons, too (liked some aspects of Yast and there was an early LVM how-to written with SuSE in mind).
From there, it was (in order):
Lindows/Linspire (remember those $799 laptops? yeah, I had one)
Gentoo (forget the version number)
Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy Badger)
Ubuntu 6.06 (Dapper Drake)
openSuSE Tumbleweed (based on 12.1)
Ubuntu LTS 12.04
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