Why google drive change permission of the file and how to solve it?

I am sharing a project with a non technical team and I share it using google drive. I have a nginx docker that mount the html folder in google drive. But every time I run the docker I always get 403 Access Denied. And google drive also add ^M character at the end of each line of my index.html.

I am using OSX. Is there any way I can solve this?

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  • One Solution collect form web for “Why google drive change permission of the file and how to solve it?”

    Running a docker exec to chmod the files that already mounted does the trick to solve forbidden error. I also learnt that google drive is just not suitable for that purpose and I consider to move to git.

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