mount your Google Docs account.
Written in Python using the FUSE API, this tool should be portable across all systems.
Download - google-docs-fs-1.0rc1.tar.gz from http://code.google.com/p/google-docs-fs/downloads/list
System Requirements '
All Systems Python >= 2.5 fuse-python >= 0.2 gdata-python >= 2.0.0 Linux/FreeBSD Fuse - Comes with most Linux distributions. Can be installed on FreeBSD through Ports. Mac OSX MacFUSE >= 2.0.3 pkg-config >= 0.23
Installing on Linux/FreeBSD
To install google-docs-fs you can simply run the setup.py script from within the untarred directory: ./setup.py install Install as root/su/sudo if you wish to install for all users. Running Use the gmount script to mount the file system: gmount directory firstname.lastname@example.org To umount the file system just use the gumount script as follows: gumount directory Do NOT invoke fusermount -u directly as doing this will not invoke the cleaning up of any leftover temporary files. You can ignore the following error: rm: cannot remove `/home/x/.google-docs-fs': No such file or directory as this means that there were no leftover temporary files to clean up. Supported Filetypes google-docs-fs supports the Microsoft Office filetypes: .doc .xls and .ppt
Project - http://code.google.com/p/google-docs-fs/