New Insync version: 3.1.2

Release notes:

  • Add Conflicts feed and settings for handling modification conflicts
  • Fix cloud to local syncing for Shared/SharePoint folders when they are synced to a custom location
  • Linux: Fix issue where files aren’t being uploaded to the cloud after changing base folders
  • Fix syncing errors when merging folders through the file manager
  • Mac: Fix spurious “syncing folder is missing” prompt after changing base folder location
  • Fix an error that occurs when syncing a file/directory to a disconnected network share
  • Add error prompt for cases where user tries to modify file locally while it is open on OneDrive web
  • Workaround OneDrive API errors while modifying files for business accounts
  • Fix unexpected errors that cause empty activity feed
  • Linux: Exclude “.Trash-1000” (and similar) folders from being synced
  • Fix issue in OneDrive which happens when Insync hasn’t been run for a while.

Windows 7 and later
macOS 10.10 (Yosemite and later)

Ubuntu (16.04 Xenial) & (18.04 Bionic)
Linux Mint (18.x) & (19.x)
Debian (8 Jessie) , (9 Stretch) & (10 Buster)
Fedora (27) , (28) , (29) & (30)

All the links are giving “Access Denied” at cloudfront.

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Sorry, there was a slight problem on the links last night. The links are up now.

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Release notes looked promising, still this behavior:

Marks many folders & files with the blue icon instead of the green icon (also after waiting for 1+ hour and sync inactivity):

The blue files are phyiscally present in the local folder.

Edit: Decided to try and completely remove the affected team drives (unsync) and re-sync again. It seems to be working now. Will keep an eye on it in the next weeks but I think this update might finally have fixed the most annoying issues I experienced since some time around 1.5.x. Fingers crossed.

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This is definitely time for THUNAR Insync plugin. What do you think???

don’t the repos get updated? I am still getting 3.0.21 as the latest version:

Information for package insync:
Repository     : insync                                                                 
Name           : insync                                                                 
Version        :                                                      
Arch           : x86_64                                                                 
Vendor         : @d0781fe45ec0                                                          
Installed Size : 123,1 MiB                                                              
Installed      : Yes                                                                    
Status         : up-to-date                                                             
Source package : insync-    

repo url:

Hi @mxttie

The yum repos are updated, your system might not be updated yet with our repo.
Running yum update insync should retrieve the latest package from our repo and install it

Let us know if you still have issues

Fedora 30 / OpenSUSE Linux:
glibc” >= 2.29 missing as dependency…
glibc package here:

mm, after checking out the xml on i can indeed see the newer file versions. I’m using opensuse leap so maybe it does not properly refresh yum repos…

all opensuse leap versions below tumbleweed use glibc 2.26. So you probably should use this link instead for your repo:
you can verify glibc versions per distro version on

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Hi @mxttie and @Andre_Verwijs

The default package manager for OpenSUSE is zypper – We recently added OpenSUSE to our yum repos. Can you create /etc/zypp/repos.d/insync.repo with the same contents as the one in /etc/yum.repos.d/insync.repo but change the baseurl= to (Replace OPENSUSE_VERSION with the version of your OpenSUSE Leap version ex. 15.0, 15.1, etc)

hi Kurt, finally a dedicated opensuse repo, that’s awesome! :slight_smile:
Btw, in opensuse you can replace OPENSUSE_VERSION by $releasever so the repo automatically updates when you upgrade the distro. So now my repo file is:


works great. thanks for the support

this one works with glibc 2.26 …

for opensuse leap, the same package as fedora 27 …

Hi @Andre_Verwijs

You can use either use:

  •$releasever/ if you’re using OpenSUSE Leap
  • if you’re using OpenSUSE Tumbleweed

as the baseurl instead of