Linux version on Linux Mint

I have tried on several boxes to get the Linux CLI to work, can’t seem to get it to work.
Need better instructions than available for noobs.
Wish some geeks would get a UI like it works in Windows going.
With repositories and download and install with package manager with a desktop UI
like Dropbox has in Linux Mint versions.
Surely in this day and age, even like the Dropbox install and interface for odrive would be awesome.

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Distribution Linux Mint 18.3 Sylvia

Hi @keith.buckner,
I can assist with getting the CLI to work. Can you tell me how far you’ve gotten and what issues you are seeing when trying to use it?

Been trying to get the CLI to work on Mint and Xubuntu 32bit and one on 64bit Mint 18.3.
I have done lot of things thru terminal being a noob though, I must not be getting it.
Can someone please clear up the install on Linux versions. As in which to use for which distro
because I am sure by the way the forums and chat rooms look many users are not versed on such.
Sure would be nice if someone would package this and make it easy to get going on Linux.
It would be just totally awesome if they would make it a desktop UI like Dropbox has for Linux.
The Windows desktop oDrive app is awesome, works great.

Hi @keith.buckner,
I moved your post over to this thread. You may have missed my previous response above.

try this bash code…
python “$HOME/.odrive-agent/bin/” sync ~/oDrive/$1