Mount Google Drive automatically at startup in Ubuntu 22.04.2 LTS

If you’re like me and have your KeePass database shared via Google Drive, I can be a bit annoying to constantly have to mount the drive before you can open the database file. The easy solution is to auto-mount the drive while booting into the system.

To auto-mount, you will need to make an new entry in Startup Applications.

  1. Open Startup Applications from the application menu.
  2. Click the Add button.
  3. Give the entry a name, for example Mount Google Drive.
  4. Use the command gio mount google-drive://
  5. Fill in a brief description of the entry, for example Automatically mounts the Google Drive folder.

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