Linux for Star Citizen

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on /r/linux4noobs

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  • onedrive

    OneDrive Client for Linux

  • When you get to it - there are only 5 reliable ways to access OneDrive on Linux/Unix platforms: * Via the OneDrive Client for Linux - https://github.com/abraunegg/onedrive - this 'syncs' your data, bi-directional operation, open source and free. Supports Personal, Business & SharePoint account types and Shared Folders. A Docker container is also available for all major architectures (x86_64, ARMHF, AARCH64). If you need a GUI for onedrive client management use: https://github.com/bpozdena/OneDriveGUI * Via the 'onedriver' client - https://github.com/jstaf/onedriver - Native file system that only provides the OneDrive 'on-demand' functionality, open source and free. Supports Personal, Business account types. Currently does not support Shared Folders or SharePoint. * Via 'rclone' - https://rclone.org/ - one way sync client, open source and free. Has limitations with SharePoint. * Via non-free clients such as 'insync', 'ExpanDrive' * Via the web browser of your choice

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • rclone

    "rsync for cloud storage" - Google Drive, S3, Dropbox, Backblaze B2, One Drive, Swift, Hubic, Wasabi, Google Cloud Storage, Azure Blob, Azure Files, Yandex Files

  • When you get to it - there are only 5 reliable ways to access OneDrive on Linux/Unix platforms: * Via the OneDrive Client for Linux - https://github.com/abraunegg/onedrive - this 'syncs' your data, bi-directional operation, open source and free. Supports Personal, Business & SharePoint account types and Shared Folders. A Docker container is also available for all major architectures (x86_64, ARMHF, AARCH64). If you need a GUI for onedrive client management use: https://github.com/bpozdena/OneDriveGUI * Via the 'onedriver' client - https://github.com/jstaf/onedriver - Native file system that only provides the OneDrive 'on-demand' functionality, open source and free. Supports Personal, Business account types. Currently does not support Shared Folders or SharePoint. * Via 'rclone' - https://rclone.org/ - one way sync client, open source and free. Has limitations with SharePoint. * Via non-free clients such as 'insync', 'ExpanDrive' * Via the web browser of your choice

  • OneDriveGUI

    A simple GUI for OneDrive Linux client, with multi-account support.

  • When you get to it - there are only 5 reliable ways to access OneDrive on Linux/Unix platforms: * Via the OneDrive Client for Linux - https://github.com/abraunegg/onedrive - this 'syncs' your data, bi-directional operation, open source and free. Supports Personal, Business & SharePoint account types and Shared Folders. A Docker container is also available for all major architectures (x86_64, ARMHF, AARCH64). If you need a GUI for onedrive client management use: https://github.com/bpozdena/OneDriveGUI * Via the 'onedriver' client - https://github.com/jstaf/onedriver - Native file system that only provides the OneDrive 'on-demand' functionality, open source and free. Supports Personal, Business account types. Currently does not support Shared Folders or SharePoint. * Via 'rclone' - https://rclone.org/ - one way sync client, open source and free. Has limitations with SharePoint. * Via non-free clients such as 'insync', 'ExpanDrive' * Via the web browser of your choice

  • onedriver

    A native Linux filesystem for Microsoft OneDrive

  • When you get to it - there are only 5 reliable ways to access OneDrive on Linux/Unix platforms: * Via the OneDrive Client for Linux - https://github.com/abraunegg/onedrive - this 'syncs' your data, bi-directional operation, open source and free. Supports Personal, Business & SharePoint account types and Shared Folders. A Docker container is also available for all major architectures (x86_64, ARMHF, AARCH64). If you need a GUI for onedrive client management use: https://github.com/bpozdena/OneDriveGUI * Via the 'onedriver' client - https://github.com/jstaf/onedriver - Native file system that only provides the OneDrive 'on-demand' functionality, open source and free. Supports Personal, Business account types. Currently does not support Shared Folders or SharePoint. * Via 'rclone' - https://rclone.org/ - one way sync client, open source and free. Has limitations with SharePoint. * Via non-free clients such as 'insync', 'ExpanDrive' * Via the web browser of your choice

  • SOLIDWORKS-for-Linux

    This is a project, where I give you a way to use SOLIDWORKS on Linux!

  • Just in case you weren't aware, Matlab and Simplify3D both have Linux versions as far as I can tell. For Solidworks it looks like there's an install script to get it working easily with Wine, but I don't know how reliable it is https://github.com/cryinkfly/SOLIDWORKS-for-Linux

  • SaaSHub

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