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    RealTimeSync with Google drive (not just connecting)

    I have an crossplatform organizer. It works both Windows and Linux.
    I decided sync its database (a lot of small files) via google drive. It works perfectly in Windows (Google backup and sync).
    I can attach Gdrive folder in my Kali Filemanager, and operate with files.
    But how in REALTIME synchronize (or 10 sec) attached Gdrive folder with some folder of my disk. Of course sync "both ways". In & out.

    In other words "How continuously synchronize Attached Gdrive folder with any other folder in my Home directory?"

    Some software, or script, that i can put in autostart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ice99 View Post
    I have an crossplatform organizer. It works both Windows and Linux.
    I decided sync its database (a lot of small files) via google drive. It works perfectly in Windows (Google backup and sync).
    I can attach Gdrive folder in my Kali Filemanager, and operate with files.
    But how in REALTIME synchronize (or 10 sec) attached Gdrive folder with some folder of my disk. Of course sync "both ways". In & out.

    In other words "How continuously synchronize Attached Gdrive folder with any other folder in my Home directory?"

    Some software, or script, that i can put in autostart.
    I also have the same question that I need answers of. Help is highly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance,
    Regards,
    Brian
    Last edited by BrianL; 2019-06-09 at 18:58.

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