Some of the configurations (those involving oauth2) require an Internet connected web browser.
If you are trying to set rclone up on a remote or headless box with no browser available on it (eg a NAS or a server in a datacenter) then you will need to use an alternative means of configuration. There are two ways of doing it, described below.
On the headless box
... Remote config Use auto config? * Say Y if not sure * Say N if you are working on a remote or headless machine y) Yes n) No y/n> n For this to work, you will need rclone available on a machine that has a web browser available. Execute the following on your machine: rclone authorize "amazon cloud drive" Then paste the result below: result>
Then on your main desktop machine
rclone authorize "amazon cloud drive" If your browser doesn't open automatically go to the following link: http://127.0.0.1:53682/auth Log in and authorize rclone for access Waiting for code... Got code Paste the following into your remote machine ---> SECRET_TOKEN <---End paste
Then back to the headless box, paste in the code
result> SECRET_TOKEN -------------------- [acd12] client_id = client_secret = token = SECRET_TOKEN -------------------- y) Yes this is OK e) Edit this remote d) Delete this remote y/e/d>
Rclone stores all of its config in a single configuration file. This can easily be copied to configure a remote rclone.
So first configure rclone on your desktop machine
to set up the config file.
Find the config file by running
rclone -h and looking for the help for the
$ rclone -h [snip] --config="/home/user/.rclone.conf": Config file. [snip]
Now transfer it to the remote box (scp, cut paste, ftp, sftp etc) and
place it in the correct place (use
rclone -h on the remote box to
find out where).