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You can use a hard link: sudo ln -d "/path/to/original" "/path/to/drive/folder" This creates a link to the file/folder itself rather than how a symlink links to a pointer to a file. As the link folder is essentially the same as the original folder, Google Drive syncs it correctly. You'll need GNU ln to use the -d option. This can be installed using ...



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