A free Microsoft OneDrive Client which supports OneDrive Personal, OneDrive for Business, OneDrive for Office365 and Sharepoint.
This powerful and highly configurable client can run on all major Linux distributions, as a Docker container and on FreeBSD. It supports one-way and two-way sync capabilities and securely connects to Microsoft OneDrive services.
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yum install libcurl-devel yum install sqlite-devel curl -fsS https://dlang.org/install.sh | bash -s dmd source ~/dlang/dmd-2.092.1/activate git clone https://github.com/abraunegg/onedrive.git cd onedrive .\configure make sudo make install
skip_file: any filesor directories that match this pattern will be skipped during sync.
For example, if you want to sync everything except Confidential and Personal Folders
Directory where the files will be synced
skip_dir = "example|example"
Selective sync via ‘sync_list’ file
Selective sync allows you to sync only specific files and directories. To enable selective sync create a file named sync_list in ~/.config/onedrive. Each line of the file represents a relative path from your sync_dir. All files and directories not matching any line of the file will be skipped during all operations. Here is an example of sync_list:
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# sync_list supports comments # Exclude my Backup folder Backup # Exclude this single document Documents/latest_report.docx # Exclude all Work/Project directories Work/Project* notes.txt # Exclude /Blender in the ~OneDrive root but not if elsewhere /Blender Cinema Soc Codes Textbooks Year 2
Note: after changing the sync_list, you must perform a full re-synchronization by adding --resync to your existing command line - for example: onedrive --synchronize --resync
How to ‘skip’ directories from syncing?
There are several mechanisms available to ‘skip’ a directory from the sync process: