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  • Welcome!

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    Dan Griffiths
    Pop!_Planet Founder

Solved Get error message when I try to enter in my Microsoft account


New member
Jul 11, 2020
Again sorry for the noob question but just I added today my Microsoft account to "Online accounts" section in "Settings" BUT I got this error when I try to enter in it: "Unable to access location" "Failed to retrieve share list from server: No such file or directory"

Do you know please why?

Thanks :)

EDIT SOLVED: Just need to use RClone.
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Founding Member
Nov 23, 2018
I haven't intentionally used a Microsoft product since 2005, so I have no idea off hand. Searching data on pop related sites gives very little, so it's not a common request. It would be a GNOME issue. I'm looking for an answer right now, but I am curious, why did you want to use Linux (Pop)?


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Jul 11, 2020
Hello DerpOmattic thank you for your response and sorry for the delay, I like Pop because it's light and less buggy than Windows, provide me better performance on my computer.

I just wanted to use my Onedrive account but now I fixed the problem, I just installed RClone and can access my Onedrive file through the file explorer :) Better thing is that with RClone I can mount a lot of cloud services it's amazing!

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