Google Drive OCamlFUSE lets you mount Google Drive on Linux, with no dependencies to any desktop environment. Using it, you get full read and write access to ordinary files and folders, read-only access to Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides, and more. It also supports multiple accounts and Team Drive. This article contains a few tweaks for speeding up Google Drive access when mounted on Linux using Google Drive OCamlFUSE, so you can browse and perform file operations (rename, move, open) faster.
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