Re: how to display html files on google drive
- Date: Sun, 21 Apr 2019 08:51:32 +0200
- From: didier gaumet <didier.gaumet@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: how to display html files on google drive
Le 20/04/2019 à 23:44, Pierre Frenkiel a écrit :
> it is not MY drive, it is a google drive, at address
> I don't know what file manager can access that.
> gvfs or thunar give: "operation not supported"
The address above is http, so I think only a software with direct or
indirect abilities to manage this protocol will do (think: web browser)
I use Gnome, so may be with other DE ou WM there are some measures to
undertake in order for that to function properly (manually do a
gvfs-mount?), but Nautilus gives me read+write access to my Google
Drive. So I can choose whatever browser I like to open html files there.
didier@hp-notebook14:~$ gvfs-mount -l
Mount(1): didier.gaumet@xxxxxxxxx -> google-drive://didier.gaumet@xxxxxxxxx/
I just installed the Pcmanfm-qt file-manager and from within the gnome
DE, there is a google-drive://didier.gaumet@xxxxxxxxx/ bookmark in
Pcmanfm-qt. By clicking on it I have R+W access to my Google Drive...
I have not used KDE for a very long time but I think that for KDE users,
Kio is the KDE equivalent of gnome Gvfs.