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Google drive sync in Linux Firefox not working

Aurélien ML

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Thanks for this awesome app, I love it!!!

Unfortunately, since version 6.x, sync with Google drive doesn't work.

In Enpas, I click on "configure sync" in parameters, then "Google drive", then it opens a page in Firefox "Enpass would like to: Have offline access", I click on "Allow", it seems to confirm for a second, but immediately redirects to the url "enpassauth://googledrive/?scope=https://www.googleapis.com/auth/drive.appdata&state=security_token_sinew&code=***************"  (code hidden by me), which creates an error in Firefox "the url have not been recognized".


Firefox 65.0.1 with Ublock origin 1.18.6 desactivated on this page


Kunbuntu 18.10


Kind Regards,


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  • 4 weeks later...

I can't get it to sync on OneDrive or Google Drive either.

I log into Enpass.
I setup a sync (says Google Drive)
It launches my browser; I click allow
FF launches a new instance of enpass
I enter my master p/w to get back into Enpass

I now have 2 instances of Enpass running. One at the 'setup sync' waiting for it to complete, and the other one at the main screen.  I also tried with OneDrive, and got the same result.

This was an Enpass5 -> Enpass6 upgrade.  My Android and Win10 copies are synchronizing properly, Linux is left out of the loop.

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Nop no go. I have the same problem.

I tried your suggestion & got same results as with Firefox. On "user Account" enpass does not recognize the master password - while as an Administrator it does with flawless sync.

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I tried with Chrome and it was actually worse than with Firefox.  Instead of going back to Enpass, it launched a second instance.

I tried for fun to launch it with sudo Enpass and it looks my sudo environment isn't properly setup, as it tried to launch a text web browser.  :)

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