Hi, I am a linux user and I use Onedrive a lot between my devices, but I am switching to linux and I'd love to have the Onedrive App On linux (ubuntu) So, will you create a Onedrive app for Linux ? This would be great !
We are a rapidly growing company using O365, but with the growing number of developers that want to use Linux machines, we are considering to kill O365. A native One-Drive client would be a perfect reason to stay with O365 for the future! Would be also great to have native Linux O365 app suite one day
John Gehrig commented
I don't use OneDrive because it doesn't support Linux.
Without a native Linux client, OneDrive isn't a viable storage solution for me. I need my files available on Linux and Windows.
Just to add to my previous vote of Yes, Yes, Yes!
Yes, pretty please to a OneDrive client.
...but no, to a OneDrive client in Electron. It's enough of that already.
Not just OneDrive, but ALL of the Office Suite - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher, OneNote, and especially, (PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE) MS Outlook!
Rob Clive commented
That would be awesome. I love OneDrive and ms office, would love to use it on my Linux machines as well
Daniel Carr commented
I love onedrive especially with the family offering of Office 365. I need the flexibility to store my work on Linux for work and also personal. It would be a great additioin and allow me to use a trusted company for my file sync.
Michael Tremblay commented
I would love to have the entire Office 365 suite available as native apps on Linux, but OneDrive would be an excellent start.
I am a Microsoft customer who prefers to run Linux (Fedora at the moment).
Yes, yes, yes, yes! We already use this in our family for photo backup and other things on WIndows laptops and a Synology NAS. Linux support would make OneDrive the perfect cloud storage solution.
Rodrigo Serêjo commented
i'm need OneDrive on Linux.
I'm a Linux user that despises how Google runs, and is disappointed by Dropbox's recent changes towards Linux. As I have an Office365 subscription with 1TB of OneDrive storage, I am crying out for a Linux client so that I can actually make use of the space! If you created one, there is no doubt I would use this for backups and day to days file syncing.
The Feren OS Dev commented
I use OneDrive to back up my data - a Linux client will be extremely useful for my hefty backups of data.
Hjörleifur Sveinbjörnsson commented
It's a must for Universities. Without Linux support then this can not be used for quite many professors and students that rely on linux in their researches. And 3rd party stuff maintained by "someone" on the internet is not good enough. As an alternative that works on all platform then Seafile is used, developed in China. Yes China is doing a better job that USA in the linux support..
Nomikos Zografakis commented
A OneDrive client would be great on my Kubuntu desktop. A snap package would make it a universal installation. Been a O365 subscriber for years and hoping for a native client.
We have multiple OS as part of the home office. It would be great to take Fuller advantage of our Office subscripition.
Matthew Adie commented
I already subscribe to Office 365 for various work and compatibility reasons. However, I use Linux 95% of the time, and having a official native Onedrive client would be incredibly convenient. I currently use the abraunegg fork of the skilion onedrive client, and while it works well I would really prefer an officially supported client.
Joe Lamothe commented
Love to use OneDrive as a business, we need a solution for Linux in order to use this service. Please consider Linux users worth having in your ecosystem.
Tanner Crook commented
Work requires Microsoft tools which are great, but not so much when they don't work on Linux. Would love to see this happen!
Damien Bafile commented
Onedrive would be awesome more applications the better
Brian Jurkowski commented
Microsoft says they love Linux, yet they won't support it with core apps and solutions like this. Please reconsider your stance, Microsoft. Give us OneDrive on Linux.
If Microsoft loves Linux, please provide a OneDrive client.