Package Details: synology-drive 2.0.1-11061

Git Clone URL: (read-only)
Package Base: synology-drive
Description: Drive for PC, the desktop utility of the DSM add-on package, Drive, allows you to sync and share files owned by you or shared by others between a centralized Synology NAS and multiple client computers.
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Keywords: synology
Licenses: unknown
Conflicts: cloudstation-3.0, cloudstation-beta, cloudstation-drive
Submitter: fmartingr
Maintainer: fmartingr
Last Packager: fmartingr
Votes: 14
Popularity: 0.515345
First Submitted: 2018-01-03 10:34
Last Updated: 2019-10-08 06:58

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fmartingr commented on 2019-03-25 14:17

Bumped to 1.1.4-10580 (thanks @CaskAle13c for notifying! my NAS haven't received the update yet).

b0dy commented on 2019-03-06 20:53

Hi fmartingr, thank for your fast answer! I have opened the issue and it available here :

fmartingr commented on 2019-03-04 19:54

Hey b0dy! I don't personally use Polybar (still stuck with i3bar) but I don't seem to know a packaging problem that may cause that (both icons are there, monochrome and color).

Can you open an issue on the polybar issue tracker to get some feedback there?

Please comment back with the issue link so I can subscribe to it and get updates in case there's something wrong with the package.

b0dy commented on 2019-03-04 18:52

I have an issue with synology-drive icon with polybar systray: ; The icon is not correctly placed on the bar, my systray is positioned to right but it seem the synology drive icon floating to the left. Maybe it missing something from the package (conf/icon) or I missed something in my polybar config? I don't know what to do neither where looking.

fmartingr commented on 2018-08-28 07:47

@rondey That seems like a file conflict between the two applications, since the nautilus library used to show the sync status on the file finder is the same. If you're not using cloud-station-drive (because you updated your NAS to the new Drive set of apps) you don't need cloud-station drive anymore.

About inheriting the settings, I'm 100% sure you will need to setup your NAS again on the drive application, as they bundled it separately and their configurations are stored in different places.

rondey commented on 2018-08-25 17:52

I have already installed the Cloud Station Drive, when i try to install Drive i receive this error "synology-drive: /usr/lib/nautilus/extensions-3.0/ exists in filesystem (owned by synology-cloud-station-drive)" . Do you think i need to force the installation of drive or unistall the cloud station drive before install drive? I would like to do the upgrade, i'm worried about if i uninstall cloud station drive, the drive application will not do the upgrade.

EDIT: I tried to force the installation with the --force option. There was no upgrade, the drive application hasn't taken the old settings from synology-cloud-station-drive

fmartingr commented on 2018-07-03 06:45

Version bump: 1.1.0-10544

fmartingr commented on 2018-06-08 17:55

It's weird that it let me install on my machine, maybe because I have a zsh instead of bash as default shell. Pushing a change in a few minutes.

Tykerne commented on 2018-06-08 17:24

thank you Feltra, I deleted the "," on the conflict line and I was able to install synology drive.

feltra commented on 2018-06-08 16:49

@fmartingr No I don't have any of the cloudstation packages installed, the issue was just the "," between the packages listed, I have replaced the line that was using comma to separate the packages listed at conflicts with a line where there were no comma in the line.. same goes for you @Tykerne just space is enough to separate them.