Ep 6 - Google Drive High Quality
In March 2017, Google introduced Drive File Stream, a desktop application for G Suite (now Google Workspace) customers using Windows and macOS computers that maps Google Drive to a drive letter on the operating system, and thus allows easy access to Google Drive files and folders without using a web browser. It also features on-demand file access, when the file is downloaded from Google Drive only when it is accessed. Additionally, Drive File Stream supports the Shared Drives functionality of Google Workspace.
Ep 6 - Google Drive
Google Drive allows users to share drive contents with other Google users without requiring any authorization from the recipient of a sharing invitation. This has resulted in users receiving spam from unsolicited shared drives. Google is reported to be working on a fix.
Is it possible to wget a google drive file? If so, what is the path to provide? If not, are there any alternatives (bash or other) so I can avoid downloading the file to my local and transferring it to the remote?
This works for me: -google-drive-files-wget-curl.htmlGoogle shows warning if file is larger then 100MB, so this case should be handled separately. Author shows how to do that, and provides script to automate it:
It sucks in its sync-algorithms. I dont know how google managed to write such a crappy algorithm. It doesnt sync stuff many times, I cant rename any folder when it is syncing, it creates temp files first before syncing and then refuses to sync. I was always scared of losing my files using google drive. Reverted back to onedrive.
just wondering about the file sync option: in the pcloud review, i found it interesting that the pcloud folder on your harddrive will not take up any free space on your harddrive.I am not sure how this is with Google Drive, it is not explicitely mentioned, but it says that the drive folder is synchronised with a local folder, so i conclude that in this case, it will take up space on your harddrive, unlike pcloud. Am i correct in this? Thanks for confirming.
In CUDACast #5, we saw how to use the new NVIDIA RPM and Debian packages to install the CUDA toolkit, samples, and driver on a supported Linux OS with a standard package manager. With CUDA 5.5, it is now possible to compile and run CUDA applications on Arm-based systems such as the Kayla development platform. In addition to native compilation on an Arm-based CPU system, it is also possible to cross-compile for Arm systems, allowing for greater development flexibility.
Yeah. I think it was Docs and Spreadsheets were actually merged right around that time. You could go to docs.google.com. I remember the header actually said Google Docs and Spreadsheets, one big long thing. It looked like they just took the Spreadsheets view and just interjected some of your Docs in there and you could sort by date. That was pretty much all the integration they had.
It was the Dropbox killer, and it didn't launch until 2012. One could imagine, we mentioned Zenter, it was an early Y Combinator company as was Dropbox. How might history have been different if Google had decided that they would accelerate their drive efforts by acquiring Dropbox or Box at the same time.
Yeah. There is the question now of ... Before we get into what would have happened otherwise. David, do you think that Google should have gotten into productivity at all? Let's zoom out, look at Google as a business, it's an advertising business primarily driven by AdWords and you search and people click and Google gets a cut.
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I've worked with the trashfire that is Google Drive for a decent bit now, and while initially the desktop app wasn't too painful to deal w/, as we were able to download and pick which folders to sync fully and which to ignore. However, ever since the recent change to Google Drive from Backup and Sync, the desktop app has made my workflow basically impossible. I've been trying to shift all of my files over from Google Drive out into different file hosting, and I have approximately 3TB of files to transfer over. I don't nearly have 3TB of space on my hard drive, so I'm doing this job over months trying to extract one major folder at a time, probably 1TB or so. The way I've been attempting to do this is to use the "stream files" mode and select the entire folder as available offline, which I assume is storing it on my hard drive. However, as I try to open these (video) files, they just aren't recognized, which I'm interpreting as having downloaded corrupted. When opening these files by downloading directly from the Drive website, these are absolutely fine, so I'm absolutely putting the blame on the software. 041b061a72