Support for Ubuntu 19.04


#1

I just installed Ubuntu 19.04 and discovered that, while the Ubuntu 18.10 version successfully installs, it fails to work properly, and I can no longer sync my Google Drive files with my Ubuntu 19.04 PC.


#2

Hi @kkruecke,

Thank you for bringing this up! Our Linux team is working on releasing a version for 19.04 soon. What sync issues are you encountering when using the 18.10 build?


#3

Any updates on a release for 19.04?


#4

@miamoran
The Ubuntu 18.10 version successfully installed on Ubuntu 19.04, but failed to properly sync my Google Drive files. It only downloaded around twenty or thirty files (out of over a thousand), placing all of these few files in the main Insync folder. Not one of my Google Drive subdirectories was ever created.


#5

Hi, I’m interested in Ubuntu 19.04 support
Are the packages available?


#6

did you start insync in a terminal? Is there any error? is it the newest version you installed?

did you choose your Files and subdirectories in the menu …the three points… or at beginning?

I use insync on manjaro linux, which is a rolling release, also with the newest updates from today.
https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/insync/


#7

I’ve just bought my Team Dream sync licence… just before upgrading from Ubuntu 18.10 to 19.04 and discover that there isn’t yet the right package.
I really hope to have again the possibility to sync my files: I decided to buy Insync because I need it for job.

Thanks!


#8

I can confirrm that on a fresh Ubuntu 19.04 the .deb file sync fine but is missing the nautilus integration, because - I think - there are no disco dingo repos available atm


#9

Hi everyone!

Installing our 18.04 build on 19.04 should have no problems at the moment.

We’re working on the 19.04 build and we’ll let you know once that has been released.


#10

19.04 version seems to be working fine. Thx.