There is always a need to sync data, I understand you can easily add all your code to Github but you often have half baked code or data which can be kept as archived. Also when you don’t need to share your documents publicly. Currently I am using CentOS 7 in my personal laptop and often need to sync few files with my official laptop. But Google do not have any client which support Google Drive sync for your documents.
There are mostly paid cloud sync clients, but as an alternative I found Rclone which is developed by Nick Craig-Wood. Rclone can sync files to Google Drive, Google Cloud Storage, AWS bucket, Dropbox, Microsoft Azure, Onedrive etc. This is a CLI program which works same as Github to code, sync all the files to the mentioned drive.
To install Rclone you need to ruining
To configure Rclone you need to follow these steps.
Once configured with your account by Google Oauth you can start using it and sync data with mentioned commands below.
You can get more details on Rclone’s official documents. As its free to use, you can also share your feedback on Github to make this application better. While using Rclone, please make sure you copy changes made to your documents so that the documents are synced.