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Old 07-02-2013, 12:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Join Thousands Of Linux Users Asking Google For Native Drive Client Updates

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Imagine 15,000 people, all desperately wanting to use your product – so much so that they take time out of their day to sign a petition. That’s the case for Google: a petition demanding a Linux version of Google Drive is rapidly approaching its goal of 15,000 signatures. Google Drive is two things: the highly anticipated sync service from the web giant, and the name for the web service once called Google Docs. Linux users can currently use Google’s web products without issue, but not the syncing service – there’s no official client for the open source operating system.



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