Insync | Google Drive and OneDrive Sync Client on openSUSE (2022)

Insync is an application I have been using since about 2013 to make my Google Drive files available to me on my Linux Desktop. I have previously written about my Insync experience and continue to use Insync but recently, I received a question about installing Insync on openSUSE Leap and I realized that the documentation on the InsyncHQ site has some missing bits of information. I was unable to point the requestor a proper solution. So, here is my latest list of instructions on how to get going with Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive sync on openSUSE.

It’s not free software, but there is a free trial to give you an opportunity to take this application for a spin.

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Installation

There are two ways I am going to cover here. One is the download and install method, what I have previously been using. The, the other and better method will be to configure the repositories so that updates are automatic. I highly recommend you choose the “configure the repositories” method for a better experience.

Download and Install

This is the method I have been using up until a few months ago. This is not the recommended method but it does work and is probably a bit easier to do. Navigate to this page and download the Fedora version. The version is dependent on which version of openSUSE you are running.

Leap

Download and install the Fedora 27 version.

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Tumbleweed

Download and install the Fedora 30 version.

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Navigate to whatever folder they were downloaded into and install it using the the service menu option. I HIGHLY recommend you use the YaST Software option. Sometimes Discover will likely fall on its face with the signature certificate. YaST Software has no issue with that.

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Then you are complete, but you will have to do this manual installation with every new version, or, if you are like me and you don’t think about it you will go many, many, many versions before something breaks and you have to upgrade. The better solution is the next section.

Configure Repositories

This would be my preferred method of setting up Insync on my system. Sure, it does add a few seconds to the repository refresh time on the occasion but you will continue to have an up-to-date version of Insync. Unfortunately, no one has taken the time to show how to do this elsewhere so here is my set of directions that I have verified and use regularly. This will require you to use the terminal so open up that Konsole, Cool-Retro-Term or whatever application floats your terminal boat.

Leap

These are specific instructions for 15.2, and 15.3

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As per the instructions from the Insync site, you are recommended to import the public GPG key used to sign the RPMs.

sudo rpm --import https://d2t3ff60b2tol4.cloudfront.net/repomd.xml.key

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Next add the repository and call it “Insync”

15.3
sudo zypper ar -f http://yum.insync.io/opensuse-leap/15.3/ Insync
15.2
sudo zypper ar -f http://yum.insync.io/opensuse-leap/15.2/ Insync

The “-f” option enables auto refresh. This is not required, just recommended

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Once the repository has been added, you will need to refresh the repositories.

sudo zypper refresh
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Finally, install the application and optionally, the service menu of choice. In my case I installed the dolphin service menu addon but there are other file managers supported.

sudo zypper install insync
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For more options, here is what YaST software shows me as available.

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If, by any chance, you run another file manager besides Dolphin, take your pick and add that too.

Tumbleweed

I am not going to give the instructions with pictures with this step by step, its basically the same as above and my guess is, most Tumbleweed users don’t NEED pictures. 😁

As per the instructions from the Insync site, you are recommended to import the public GPG key used to sign the RPMs.

sudo rpm --import https://d2t3ff60b2tol4.cloudfront.net/repomd.xml.key

Next add the repository and call it “Insync”

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sudo zypper ar -f http://yum.insync.io/opensuse-tumbleweed/rolling/ Insync

Once the repository has been added, you will need to refresh the repositories.

sudo zypper refresh

Finally, install the application and optionally, the service menu of choice. In my case I installed the dolphin service menu addon but there are other file managers supported.

sudo zypper install insync

Like the suggestion in the Leap instructions, you can install a service menu entry with your file manager. I have chosen the insync-dolphin option but you can choose what suits your desktop best.

Complete

The installation is complete and now you can now begin syncing your files with Google or Microsoft, whatever you need to do to be more productive in your day-to-day Linux life.

Initial Run

When you initially run Insync, you are going to be presented with a nice Welcome screen that will guide you in the process of getting you started. It is so simple, this whole section just might be a waste of time. Perhaps this will just give you an idea of what is involved.

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Since It is my Google Drive account that is most important to me at this time, that is where I started. Once you click on it, you will be directed to your browser to sign in with Google into Insync. This authenticates Insync to access your Google files.

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You are then presented with a notification of what giving Insync access to your Google Account encompasses. Insync only has access to Google Drive files to See, edit, create and delete its contents… which makes perfect sense as why else would you want such a client on your computer.

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Success is presented as a notice to close the page and buy a license if you have not done so already.

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You will then be directed to continue to set up your account by selecting the base folder for synchronization to take place. I don’t like the defaults because an email address for a folder on my local machine just looks and feels wrong. I don’t have any good suggestions as I am currently not tickled with my choice in folder naming, now that they added OneDrive support… I’ll think about it… Whatever you do, choose wisely.

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This is a fun section that is new to Insync, at least, new in the sense of, since I last paid attention. I don’t recall this feature but I do miss things. Nevertheless, this is a very cool feature in that you can set up rules to ignore based on the name of the file, folder or under any particular path. This may look a little intimidating, but the examples make it petty clear.

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Depending on how you would like to interact with your documents, you can have Insync convert them based on three options of convenience. If you prefer to use the Google Suite for the bulk of your work and you like the cloud application thing, select the first option of “Do not convert Google format files”. If you prefer to use a local client like LibreOffice or Microsoft Office, chose the appropriate option there.

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Although I haven’t fully tested this feature yet, the documents I have tested didn’t seem to be exactly correct in the conversion. More research is needed there so my recommendation, today, based on my experience is to not convert the documents. I may update this section in the future when I better understand how this is supposed to work.

When there are conflicts, you have some options as to how you would like the default behavior to be. I have chosen to “Always ask” because I feel as that is the safer option. I don’t know what the reasons are going to be every time so this seems like the most prudent choice.

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Here you have the option to only select the files and folders you want to synchronize. You may want to just do a few folders or the whole thing, whatever works best for your case. After selecting the folder(s), press the green “Sync” button to proceed.

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Then you are done. The selected files will synchronize, quite smartly, in the background and you can go on with your computing, sit back and enjoy the marvels of file synchronization.

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Synchronization Feed

You may have the same insatiable need of knowing what your computer is doing all the time. Your file synchronization is likely something you want to know is progressing as expected and therefore you would like to see what it is doing and what it has completed. The “Feed” gives you an in credibly useful list of what Insync is doing. It will tell you what it has done, where and how long ago. You really can’t ask for much more than that.

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Memory Usage

The memory usage of Insync does appear to be more than it was a four years ago. In reviewing my last review of Insync from 2016, it looks as though the memory footprint has grown by over three times. Though I am keeping more files synchronized now and it may be taking advantage of the greater amounts of memory resources too. I can’t say for sure.

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In comparison to Syncthing, Insync uses far less memory, it is just worth noting. It is also not an apples-to-apples comparison either. That would be wroth an investigation. That is another discussion for another time.

Assessment of Reliability

Over the years, I have been quite happy with Insync’s reliability. I have had a few instances of crashing but it is infrequent and seldom required major intervention on my part. The issues were generally fixed by updating the software and the problem went away. This is why I highly recommend using the method of installation that configures repositories with your system. There are risks, of course, in doing that but YaST Software does allow, very easily to switch to older versions if necessary.

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The only annoying thing Insync has done was to create duplicate files with a (1) or (2) after the file name, depending on the number of duplicates. This does require me to go through and ensure that I have the newest file but ultimately, I prefer this method to just mistakenly copying over a file. Multiple clients digging into a single pot of files can get messy and I would rather lean to the side of “caution”.

Pricing and Value

This isn’t free software, but I will say this is vastly superior to the “free” Google Drive client as far as options and general usability. This is a nice, full featured client and I think it is worth the investment for two reasons, one, it supports further development on Linux, two, I don’t trust “free” closed source software from large corporations that mine your data (I realize the conflict here). I am personally using the Personal version that is a one time payment of $39.99. I think this is very reasonable price for a lifetime license of a Google Drive client, built for Linux.

https://www.insynchq.com/pricing

Final Thoughts

I have been using Insync on Linux for eight years and I am still very pleased with its performance and feature set. Insync seem to continue to reliably chug away in the background of multiple machines, seemingly without any issue. I happily upgraded my “plan” with Insync to get support for OneDrive along with my Google Drive account. I realize this is not free and open source software, but neither are the services of Google or Microsoft. For those that are stuck having to continue to use Google Drive, at least in part, it is more enjoyable to have the client on your computer and some integration to allow for more efficient work loads. Those that can do without these services and use only free and open source solutions. this is likely not to be of any interest at all.

I do hope that Insync sticks around for many years. They make a great product that is easy to use, enjoyable with which to interact and friendly to system resources. I am grateful for the community members that reached out to me to ask me about Insync for openSUSE that forced me to revisit this subject. I just hope now that this will be of some help to someone else.

References

Free Trial of Insync with affiliate Link
Get openSUSE
Insync, the Google Drive client forLinux 2016 CubicleNate article
openSUSE YaST Software

FAQs

How do I sync OneDrive with Linux? ›

Sync Microsoft OneDrive in Linux with rclone
  1. Step 1: Install Rclone. ...
  2. Step 2: Adding new remote. ...
  3. Step 3: Select cloud service you want to sync with rclone. ...
  4. Step 4: Login to OneDrive account. ...
  5. Step 5: Enter account type. ...
  6. Step 5: Mounting OneDrive int file manager. ...
  7. Step 6: Mount One Drive on startup.

How do I keep OneDrive in sync with a folder on Linux using OneDrive free client fork? ›

You can enable selective sync for OneDrive Free Client by creating a file called sync_list in ~/. config/onedrive . Edit this sync_list file, and add the relative path to the files and directories you want to synchronize with OneDrive, each on a new line.

Can I use Microsoft OneDrive on Linux? ›

You Can Now Use OneDrive in Linux Natively Thanks to Insync. OneDrive is a cloud storage service from Microsoft and it provides 5 GB of free storage to every user. This is integrated with Microsoft account and if you use Windows, you are have OneDrive preinstalled there.

Is OneDrive client for Linux safe? ›

OneDrive Client for Linux supports both secure one-way and two-way syncing, resumable uploads, data validation and more. The full feature list reads as follows : State caching. Real-Time file monitoring with Inotify.

How do I upload files to OneDrive from Linux? ›

Upload and save files and folders to OneDrive
  1. Select Upload > Files or Upload > Folder.
  2. Select the files or folder you want to upload.
  3. Select Open or Select Folder.

How do I install OneDrive on Linux? ›

Method1: How to Install OneDrive Through Terminal of Ubuntu
  1. Step 1: Open Ubuntu terminal and update all existing packages:
  2. Step 2: To add PPA repository run the command mentioned below:
  3. Step 3: Run the below mentioned command to extract the OneDrive Package you have downloaded in the above step:

How do I get insync for free? ›

Insync doesn't require a sign-up anymore: just visit the site, sign in with your existing Google account, download and install the client, link the account with your PC or Mac, and you'll find all files synced on your computer's desktop.

What is insync Linux? ›

insync is an alternative Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive client that is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux which allows you to sync a local folder or symlinked folders with your Google Drive or OneDrive.

How do I keep OneDrive from syncing to a folder in Linux? ›

To sync a OneDrive file down to your Linux desktop, use Cloud Selective Sync. Simply click the Cloud Selective Sync icon on the upper right section of the interface and select the files or folders you want to sync. Then click Sync! Note: to sync a local folder up to OneDrive, use Local Selective Sync.

What are the disadvantages of OneDrive? ›

Even with all the major benefits that OneDrive for Business offers, no platform is without potential cons.
...
Restrictions of this service (based on your needs) may include:
  • Limited document size support. ...
  • Lack of third-party app integrations. ...
  • Limited offline access.

Which is more secure OneDrive or Google Drive? ›

Instead of end-to-end encryption, Google Drive supports AES 128-bit encryption when files are at rest and SSL/TLS 256-bit encryption for files in transit. That means more stringent security measures are used when files are uploaded. OneDrive supports AES 265-bit encryption, both when files are in transit or at rest.

How do I access OneDrive folder in Linux? ›

Go to your OneDrive folder (C:\Users\\OneDrive), and delete or move the folder to a different location. Reboot your PC. Sign back into OneDrive, and let the sync complete. Boot into Linux, and the folders and files should be accessible.

How do I install insync? ›

Method 2: direct download
  1. Download the appropriate Insync installer for your distro.
  2. In your terminal, change your directory to the location of the installer package.
  3. Run the command: rpm -i [installer package] . For example, rpm -i insync-1.5.1.37343-fc25.x86_64.rpm.
  4. Run insync start.

How do I use OneDrive on Linux Mint? ›

OneDrive sync on Linux Mint

Copy the link that will prompt from the terminal window, then open the web browser and paste the link there. It will authenticate your OneDrive account. Press “Yes” when you see that the application is trying to access your information. After clicking “Yes”, a blank webpage will appear.

Can OneDrive be hacked? ›

One of the worst security holes — the man-in-the-cloud attack — can compromise popular programs like Box, Dropbox, and Microsoft OneDrive. Hackers can steal the security token that gives your computer access to the cloud, even without your password.

Which is more secure Dropbox or OneDrive? ›

Both services are extremely similar when it comes to the security features they offer, as long as you're using OneDrive for Business and not the OneDrive Basic or OneDrive Standalone products. Both the OneDrive and Dropbox services offer a maximum 256-bit AES encryption on files.

Is OneDrive encrypted at rest? ›

Content protection: Each file is encrypted at rest with a unique AES256 key. These unique keys are encrypted with a set of master keys that are stored in Azure Key Vault.

How do I make my computer sync with OneDrive automatically? ›

What to Know
  1. Go to Desktop Properties > Location > Move > OneDrive > New Folder, enter "Desktop," choose Select Folder > Confirm.
  2. Syncing your desktop with OneDrive lets you access files on any device.
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How do I automatically upload files to OneDrive? ›

To make sure your PC is set up to save automatically, check your OneDrive settings.
  1. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, tap Settings, and then tap Change PC settings. ...
  2. For documents, select OneDrive, and then turn on Save documents to OneDrive by default.

How do I sync my local folder to OneDrive? ›

If OneDrive is already running on your computer:
  1. Click on the “OneDrive” icon in your system tray.
  2. Select “Help & Settings”
  3. Select “Settings”
  4. Select the “Backup” tab, and then select “Manage Backup”.
  5. Choose the local folders you would like to backup and sync to your OneDrive folder. Then select, “Start Backup”.

How do I get OneDrive on Ubuntu? ›

To install the 'onedrive' client correctly on Ubuntu you have 2 options: If using Ubuntu 18.
...
  1. If you dont have git installed, run sudo apt-get install git to install it and then run the last command in 1.
  2. cd onedrive-d to go into the directory you just downloaded.
  3. ./inst install to setup OneDrive.

Does Google Drive work on Linux? ›

Check which version of MacOS you have. Linux: Drive for desktop isn't available for the Linux operating system. You can use Google Drive on the web.

How do I run Office 365 on Ubuntu? ›

On Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, use Ubuntu Software to search for PlayOnLinux and click Install. Wait for installation to complete. Now, all you need to do is launch PlayOnLinux from Menu > Applications. To install Microsoft Office, click the Office tab, then either use the search field or browse the list.

Is insync free on Linux? ›

Note that Insync is not an open source software. Heck, it is not even free to use. But it has so many features that it becomes an essential tool for those Linux users who rely heavily on Google Drive.

Is insync safe? ›

Just how secure are my files? Insync syncs the files directly to Google Drive via HTTPS (a secure connection). You give Insync access to your files via Google OAuth. Files are directly accessed via the client app to sync your files.

What is the use of Insync? ›

Insync is a cross-platform Google Drive (OneDrive soon) desktop app for Windows, Linux and Mac. Sync any folder, external & network drive. Sync multiple accounts & computers. Use your local files with cloud benefits.

What is insync backup? ›

It keeps a backed up copy in the cloud if users experience unintentional deletions. It does not back up synced files and folders (sync is a separate feature altogether). If you restore a file, it restores the latest version.

What is insync on Mac? ›

With Insync, you can now sync, edit, backup and share files without opening a million browser tabs.

What is GoSync? ›

GoSync allows you to synchronize your Google Docs files with a folder on your HDD. All the changes in your files are synchronized to Google, and all the changes in your Google files are synched to your local HDD.

What is the difference between rsync and Rclone? ›

Rsync is single threaded. Rclone is multi threaded with a user definable number of simultaneous transfers. Rclone can pipe data between two completely remote locations, sometimes without local download. During an rsync transfer, one side must be a local drive.

How do I find my OneDrive client ID? ›

How can I get my Microsoft account Client ID and Client Secret...
  1. Enter your application name and click Create.
  2. There you will see Application ID; in OneDrive your application works like your Client ID, copy it.
  3. Click on Add Platform button.
  4. Select Web Application.

How do I sync OneDrive business to Office 365 Linux? ›

Here is a method to sync OneDrive Business/Office 365 using GoodSync for Linux, which is free for personal use.
  1. Install suitable version to your Linux machine eg: ./goodsync-linux-x86_64-release.run. ...
  2. Open OneDrive in a web browser. ...
  3. Create a new file in .goodsync subfolder in your home: gedit ~/.goodsync/jobs.tix.

Is OneDrive backed up by Microsoft? ›

OneDrive backup is a cloud service by Microsoft that allows you to store, sync and share files over the internet. OneDrive is a part of the Microsoft 365 productivity suite and comes preinstalled on Windows 10 PCs.

Should I use OneDrive as a backup? ›

OneDrive sync options allow you to sync files to OneDrive and access the latest versions of the edited files. However, OneDrive should not be used as a regular backup solution because this product is not intended for use as a full-featured backup service. The OneDrive sync client is not a true backup application.

Who owns OneDrive? ›

#1. What is OneDrive? Previously known as Windows Live SkyDrive, Windows Live Folders or simply SkyDrive, OneDrive is Microsoft's file hosting service. OneDrive is part of the Microsoft suite of online services and it allows files to be synced to a desktop or laptop computer.

How do I get OneDrive 5TB for free? ›

Microsoft's initiative

Microsoft believes that an educated world is a better place to live. Therefore, they offer teachers and students of registered institutions free Office 365 Education subscriptions. This subscription comes with free storage space of 5TB on the cloud.

Can anyone see my OneDrive files? ›

By default, only YOU can see OneDrive files

So, nothing to worry about confidentiality and security. If you share a OneDrive file with someone, then obviously those people have access. You can always remove the rights at any point of time by going to OneDrive – select file – Sharing.

How do I get 1tb OneDrive for free? ›

All you need to do is to subscribe to Microsoft's Office 365, and you will be allotted an entire terabyte of free OneDrive space. That is exactly 1024 GB which instantly adds up to your OneDrive. This can be checked where you have your addition store option in settings as shown in the illustration below.

Is Rclone open source? ›

Rclone is mature, open-source software originally inspired by rsync and written in Go. The friendly support community is familiar with varied use cases. Official Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Brew and Chocolatey repos.

How do I delete insync? ›

Open Programs and Features by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel , clicking Programs , and then clicking Programs and Features . Select Insync, and then click Uninstall . Go to %appdata%\Insync and delete the folder to clear all data.

How do I install Google Drive on Ubuntu? ›

To add your Google Drive account, search for “Settings” in the GNOME menu. From the left panel, select “Online Accounts”. Select “Google” from the available options. A tiny browser window will pop up, prompting you to log in to your Google account.

How do I install Onedriver? ›

To install the OneDrive app:
  1. Navigate to the Download OneDrive page. Locate and select Download OneDrive for Windows.
  2. Once the file is downloaded, open it and follow the instructions to install OneDrive.
  3. OneDrive is now installed on your computer. A OneDrive folder will be added to your Windows Explorer.

Does OneDrive work on Ubuntu? ›

OneDrive Client for Linux features

Powerful and highly configurable, yet simple to use. Runs on all major Linux distributions, including as Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Manjaro, SuSE, OpenSuSE, Fedora, CentOS, Red Hat, Arch and Slackware.

How do I install Google Drive on Linux Mint? ›

Synchronize Google Drive with Linux Mint and UBUNTU - YouTube

How do I install OneDrive on Linux? ›

Method1: How to Install OneDrive Through Terminal of Ubuntu
  1. Step 1: Open Ubuntu terminal and update all existing packages:
  2. Step 2: To add PPA repository run the command mentioned below:
  3. Step 3: Run the below mentioned command to extract the OneDrive Package you have downloaded in the above step:

How do I sync OneDrive business to Office 365 Linux? ›

Here is a method to sync OneDrive Business/Office 365 using GoodSync for Linux, which is free for personal use.
  1. Install suitable version to your Linux machine eg: ./goodsync-linux-x86_64-release.run. ...
  2. Open OneDrive in a web browser. ...
  3. Create a new file in .goodsync subfolder in your home: gedit ~/.goodsync/jobs.tix.

How do I access OneDrive from Ubuntu? ›

To install the 'onedrive' client correctly on Ubuntu you have 2 options: If using Ubuntu 18.
...
Another way is using Google Chrome.
  1. Install Google Chrome.
  2. Open your home folder and press Ctrl+h to show hidden files.
  3. Open . local/share/applications folder.
  4. In this folder create OneDrive. desktop file.

Does OneDrive work on Ubuntu? ›

OneDrive Client for Linux features

Powerful and highly configurable, yet simple to use. Runs on all major Linux distributions, including as Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Manjaro, SuSE, OpenSuSE, Fedora, CentOS, Red Hat, Arch and Slackware.

How do I install insync? ›

Method 2: direct download
  1. Download the appropriate Insync installer for your distro.
  2. In your terminal, change your directory to the location of the installer package.
  3. Run the command: rpm -i [installer package] . For example, rpm -i insync-1.5.1.37343-fc25.x86_64.rpm.
  4. Run insync start.

Can I install OneDrive on Linux Mint? ›

Installing OneDrive on Linux Mint

If you want to install OneDrive's latest version, you can install it from the PPA repository. Type “y” to install OneDrive.

Does Google Drive work on Linux? ›

Check which version of MacOS you have. Linux: Drive for desktop isn't available for the Linux operating system. You can use Google Drive on the web.

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