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How To Mount Microsoft OneDrive In Linux

How To Mount Microsoft OneDrive In Linux
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Tutorial To Mount Microsoft OneDrive In Linux based operating systems

In simple term, Microsoft OneDrive is an answer from Microsoft to Google’s Drive. In this post, we will show you the process of mounting Microsoft OneDrive in Linux based operating systems.

One of the drawback of Microsoft OneDrive is that it doesn’t have native client for OneDrive for Linux desktop. We do have solution for this too as we will be using third party driver to mount Microsoft OneDrive in Linux based operating system.

How To Mount Microsoft OneDrive In Linux

Thanks to OneDriver for making it easy to mount Microsoft OneDrive in Linux based operating system. is a free and open source tool that allows you to mount your OneDrive files on your Linux system. It is free and open source tool to mount OneDrive on Linux based operating systems.

Run the following commands to install OneDriver on Ubuntu 20.04:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jstaf/onedriver
sudo apt update
sudo apt install onedriver

For Fedora, Run the following commands:

sudo dnf copr enable jstaf/onedriver
sudo dnf install onedriver

Once you are done with installation, you can access OneDriver from menu and start using it and sync  your files from OneDrive.

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