google-drive-ocamlfuse is a FUSE filesystem backed by Google Drive cloud storage. It is written in OCaml programming language. Using google-drive-ocamlfuse, one can mount a Google Drive account on Linux, and access files in Google Drive via native file system interface. To access a Google Drive account, google-drive-ocamlfuse goes through one-time authorization process via OAuth2 endpoint provided by Google App Engine service. It offers full read/write access to normal files and folders in Google Drive, and read-only access to Google Docs and Slides. Multiple Google Drive accounts can be configured to mount them selectively on a single Linux host.

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