Having a very frustrating time here.
History: had v1.5.7 running fine on Deepin, syncing two Google accounts—one a free grandfathered GSuite, another a GSuite Education account, all working fine on an old Plus account.
Had a change of laptop (leased through work), but with the new hardware Deepin would not recognise the wireless adapter. So after trying a few releases, settled on Ubuntu 19.10 as it worked flawlessly with the new hardware. So, after setting it up, I’ve been trying to get Insync working.
Installation of 126.96.36.199371 completes with no error messages, but then it will not start. When I try to start it via the command line, I get “connection errors” from Python. Insync just will not start. I considered using v3 of Insync, installed it, but of course my Plus account will not work with v3. I’m not convinced I need everything in v3, as 1.5.7 was fulfilling my needs perfectly.
I tried running insync-headless as a process on my laptop, as I’m running something similar on my Raspberry Pi as a backup for Google Drive. Unfortunately, it kept ending up in an ERROR state, and I think suspending when the lid is shut affected the insync process.
I’m now at a loss. I’m really looking to install 1.5.7 on Ubuntu 19.10, but it just does not work. (I’ve also tried 1.5.5 and 1.5.1 with exactly the same result.) Is there any way that anyone has successfully managed to get 1.5.7 running on Eoan Ermine?