Some Tidbits (& Tid-Bytes?) for Linux

I use Google Drive through google-drive-ocamlfuse because it has a native mount, so it looks/acts much like the folder you’d be accustomed to on Windows. However, it’s much slower to sync, so be aware of that (i.e. it doesn’t do what the Windows side does, which is to make a folder and sync on its own time or not at all). So, if you have a big file, the best thing to do still is to upload over the web interface. On that same note, working with files in that folder is still “remote” so though you can map to it, you may find processes a lot slower unless you move the files locally.

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