you don’t need Insync, Nautilus aka Files file manager included in Ubuntu has an excellent Google Drive integration. Launch “Settings” app, go to “Online accounts>Add an account>Google”. After you add the account with drive permission enabled, open Nautilus and enjoy the gDrive integration on your Linux machine
Thanks @KristijanZic and Ive used that as well but honestly it’s super slow and buggy. Insync offers a pretty great solution for all the Drive features and has groups which Nautilus doesn’t.
If you don’t mind thinking a bit more about what you need exactly and submitting bug reports and feature requests? Maybe they actually fix it/make it better.
I’m surprised no one has yet suggested OpenShot ??
Well, it’s very convenient and stable nowadays (2.4.3), pleasantly easy to use.
Kdenlive (from Arch repo) was dysfunctional on the simple cut off a segment task for some reason the last time i attempted to edit my video… OpenShot did the job.
Devs email: jonathan[at]openshot.org
Thanks. I’ll look at this as well. Any chance I could talk you into Kwooty? It really has been a better solution for me from the Fedora repos. Honestly might be the only app holding me back from converting my machines to Ubuntu. https://github.com/KDE/kwooty
I’ll take a look at it
Awesome! Thanks man.
The build instructions don’t appear to have been updated for any Ubuntu version beyond 9.04 for Kwooty
2 posts were merged into an existing topic: Feature request(reinst + postinst functionality; user account addition)
A great part of the gaming and snaps community will appreciate if you could make a version of Battle.net snap version.
Thank you for your time and hard work.
P.S https://github.com/lutris/lutris/wiki/Game:-Blizzard-App .This link is to help you with what dependencies you need
VirtualBox requires KMS. I think that is out-of-scope for SNAP at this time.
The in-built Google integration for Drive is slow on a good day. It isn’t much of a sync. More of a shortcut and FUSE helper IMO.
as does qemu
(read: this shouldnt be a showstopper)
ARM builds for VS Code and Sublime Text!!