Slashgear is reporting that Google’s cloud storage service Google Drive soon to have an addition: the Drive is coming to Linux, extending the online file service it is currently offering to Windows and Mac. Cited “Google Docs community manager Teresa Wu” as source of information, who told users to “hand tight” as the version for their open-source based machines was being “worked on.” Currently, the Linux users need to log in via the browser-based interface and access content.
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