Mounting Google Drive in GNU/Linux Using OCamlfuse Client

Cloud storage service is getting more and more an importance now a days. Being the largest internet giant of world, google's online storage service Google Drive is most popular online storage service available for free.

An article written by Avishek Kumar, published in tecmint magazine explains about configuring OCamlfuse Client in GNU/Linux systems for mounting google drive as a local drive to improve accessibility.
Google Drive is a cloud storage service owned by Google Inc. Google Drive allows user to edit documents (including Spreadsheets and Presentations), share, synchronize and store in the cloud. It is free to use Google Drive and all you need is a Google/Gmail Account. Introduced in the year 2012, Google Drive presently have a total of 240 million+ monthly users. Google Offers initial 15GB of online storage for free that is used by Gmail, Google+ photos and Google Drive in combination. Post utilization of 15GB of online storage you can buy monthly subscription by paying a little amount and you can own a maximum of 30 TB space per account. However there is no limitation for the number of accounts you can own.
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