Provided by: onedrive_2.2.5-1build1_amd64
onedrive - folder synchronization with OneDrive
onedrive [OPTION] --synchronize onedrive [OPTION] --monitor onedrive [OPTION] --display-config onedrive [OPTION] --display-sync-status
A complete tool to interact with OneDrive on Linux.
Without any option given, no sync is done and the program exits. --check-for-nomount Check for the presence of .nosync in the syncdir root. If found, do not perform sync. --confdir ARG Set the directory used to store the configuration files --create-directory ARG Create a directory on OneDrive - no sync will be performed. --destination-directory ARG Destination directory for renamed or move on OneDrive - no sync will be performed. --debug-https Debug OneDrive HTTPS communication. --disable-notifications Do not use desktop notifications in monitor mode --disable-upload-validation Disable upload validation when uploading to OneDrive --display-config Display what options the client will use as currently configured - no sync will be performed. --display-sync-status Display the sync status of the client - no sync will be performed. -d --download-only Only download remote changes --enable-logging Enable client activity to a separate log file --force-http-1.1 Force the use of HTTP 1.1 for all operations --get-O365-drive-id ARG Query and return the Office 365 Drive ID for a given Office 365 SharePoint Shared Library --local-first Synchronize from the local directory source first, before downloading changes from OneDrive. --logout Logout the current user -m --monitor Keep monitoring for local and remote changes --no-remote-delete Do not delete local file 'deletes' from OneDrive when using --upload-only --print-token Print the access token, useful for debugging --resync Forget the last saved state, perform a full sync --remove-directory ARG Remove a directory on OneDrive - no sync will be performed. --single-directory ARG Specify a single local directory within the OneDrive root to sync. --skip-symlinks Skip syncing of symlinks --source-directory ARG Source directory to rename or move on OneDrive - no sync will be performed. --syncdir ARG Set the directory used to sync the files that are synced --synchronize Perform a synchronization --upload-only Only upload to OneDrive, do not sync changes from OneDrive locally -v --verbose Print more details, useful for debugging. Given two times (or more) enables even more verbose debug statements. --version Print the version and exit -h --help This help information.
State caching Real-Time file monitoring with Inotify Resumable uploads Support OneDrive for Business (part of Office 365) Shared folders (OneDrive Personal) SharePoint / Office 365 Group Drives (refer to README.Office365.md to configure)
You should copy the default config file into your home directory before making changes: mkdir -p ~/.config/onedrive cp /usr/share/doc/onedrive/config ~/.config/onedrive/config Available options: sync_dir directory where the files will be synced skip_file any files that match this pattern will be skipped during sync skip_symlinks skip symbolic links during sync, defaults to "false" monitor_interval the number of seconds by which each sync operation is undertaken when idle under monitor mode, defaults to "45" log_dir defines the directory where logging output is saved to, needs to end with a slash Pattern are case insensitive. * and ? wildcards characters are supported. Use | to separate multiple patterns. After changing the filters (skip_file or skip_dir in your configs) you must execute onedrive --synchronize --resync.
After installing the application you must run it at least once from the terminal to authorize it. You will be asked to open a specific link using your web browser where you will have to login into your Microsoft Account and give the application the permission to access your files. After giving the permission, you will be redirected to a blank page. Copy the URI of the blank page into the application.
Service files are installed into user and system directories. OneDrive service running as root user To enable this mode, run as root user systemctl enable onedrive systemctl start onedrive OneDrive service running as root user for a non-root user This mode allows starting the OneDrive service automatically with system start for multiple users. For each <username> run: systemctl enable onedrive@<username> systemctl start onedrive@<username> OneDrive service running as non-root user In this mode the service will be started when the user logs in. Run as user systemctl --user enable onedrive systemctl --user start onedrive
When running onedrive all actions can be logged to a separate log file. This can be enabled by using the --enable-logging flag. By default, log files will be written to /var/log/onedrive. All logfiles will be in the format of %username%.onedrive.log, where %username% represents the user who ran the client.
If OneDrive has been compiled with support for notifications, a running onedrive in monitor mode will send notifications about initialization and errors via libnotify to the dbus. Note that this does not work if onedrive is started as root for a user via the onedrive@<username> service.
Further examples and documentation is available in /usr/share/doc/onedrive/README.md /usr/share/doc/onedrive/README.Office365.md