The Dropbox desktop app for Linux computers
Essential requirements for Linux
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If you’re computer is running Linux, and you want to run the Dropbox app, you need to use:
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- Ubuntu 14.04 or later
- Fedora 21 or later
- Glibc 2.19 or later
- The latest Dropbox app for Linux
- A Dropbox folder on a hard drive or partition formatted with one the following file system types:
- zfs (on 64-bit systems only)
- eCryptFS (back by ext4)
- xfs (on 64-bit systems only)
- If your device doesn’t meet the operating system requirements, you may still be able to use the Dropbox desktop application, but results may vary.
- If you experience an issue and contact Dropbox support without the correct system requirements for Linux, you will be asked to use the correct system requirements.
- Dropbox doesn’t support ARM processors for Linux.
The full Dropbox app on Linux
In addition, if you’d like to get the full Dropbox desktop app, you need to use:
- A computer capable of running the required operating system, and one of the following desktop environments:
- GNOME shell (may need the TopIcons extension to get the tray icon)
- GNOME Classic
- XFCE with the corresponding Nautilus dependencies
- These additional requirements, when applicable:
- GTK 2.24 or later
- Glib 2.40 or later
- Libappindicator 12.10 or later
- Nautilus 3.10.1 or later
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The headless Dropbox app on Linux
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If you’d like to run the Dropbox app “headless” (using the command line only), you only need the Dropbox app essential requirements. Then you can install the app and use the Linux Command Line Interface (CLI) to control the desktop app.