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How to download a large file from Google Drive command line?

How to down load a huge file from Google Travel command line?

If you will need to download data files from Google Drive on the command line with Curl or Wget, it will likely fail.

Why ? Properly, it looks that the warning that Google sends for documents of a selected sizing is blocking these applications.

So how do you do it?

Nicely, there is a tiny cost-free certified resource identified as Gdown that allows you to deal with the difficulty. So, many thanks to GDown you will be in a position to obtain big data files from Google Travel at the command line.

Is not lifetime lovely?

To set up GDown, open up a terminal and enter the subsequent command:

pip install gdown

Upcoming, enter the gdown command followed by the URL of the Google Push file:

gdown https://travel.google.com/uc?id=1l_5RK28JRL19wpT22B-DY9We3TVXnnQQ

And there you go!

The software also supports usual URLs that are not Google Push URLs, like any Wget.

A –fuzzy parameter also permits you to retrieve total Google Push directories or documents like this PowerPoint:

gdown --fuzzy "https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/15umvZKlsJ3094HNg5S4vJsIhxcFlyTeK/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=117512221203072002113&rtpof=genuine&sd=accurate"

Notice that Gdown can also be imported as a lib in your Python scripts, which can be pretty handy.

Delight in !

Thanks to Laurent

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