You can use SSHFS to copy files, but it will be convenient if you can access a cloud-based drive. Because SSHFS can only be used on OS bundled with Unix-like OS or VM. For example, if you want to copy the screenshot from your iPad to Wazaterm, you can do it after copying it to your Mac, but it's a bit time-consuming. Also I don't necessarily have a Mac at hand.
Use the FUSE filesystem over Google Drive package.
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alessandro-strada/ppa $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install google-drive-ocamlfuse
If you don't have a GUI, like Wazaterm, you need to use the following steps to authenticate.)
$ echo $'#! /bin/sh\necho $* > /dev/stderr' > xdg-open $ chmod 755 xdg-open $ PATH=`pwd`:$PATH google-drive-ocamlfuse https://accounts.google.com/... $ rm xdg-open
If you click on the link and go through Authentication, you will see a message in the terminal that says Access token retrieved correctly. (I did not check the 30 days one)
$ mkdir gdrive # mount $ google-drive-ocamlfuse -headless ~/gdrive/ # umount $ fusermount -u gdrive
The command is long, so it might be a good idea to set Alias.
# some rc file alias mountg='google-drive-ocamlfuse -headless ~/gdrive/' alias umountg='fusermount -u ~/gdrive'