It is possible to access OneDrive files from a file manager on Linux using a third-party tool called Rclone
, or the open-source tool OneDrive Free Client.
Both of these tools offer automatic sync and the need to compile the application.
Additionally, NextCloud can be used for business purposes.
The one major problem is that Microsoft does not provide a desktop client for Linux, unlike Dropbox and Mega .
This means that you’ll have to resort to using web browser for accessing your files in OneDrive, which is not very convenient.
There is a hassle-free, GUI application that lets you use OneDrive on Linux easily .
Use Microsoft OneDrive in Linux With Rclone Open-Source Tool
Jamie Phillips explains how to use OneDrive with Linux, a popular storage option, but it is not as easy to use as DropBox. He recommends Rclone and OneDrive Free Client as the two best options, both of which offer automatic sync and the need to compile the application. He also provides instructions on how to install and configure Rclone and OneDrive Free Client, as well as how to use NextCloud for business.
Using OneDrive with Linux • Jamie Phillips
Since there is no office OneDrive client in Linux, I've searched online ... There is a desktop edition as well as a server edition that runs headless. Mounting ...
OneDrive on Linux - Microsoft Tech Community