Paths are specified as
Paths may be as deep as required, eg
Here is an example of how to make a remote called
remote. First run:
This will guide you through an interactive setup process:
n) New remote d) Delete remote q) Quit config e/n/d/q> n name> remote Type of storage to configure. Choose a number from below, or type in your own value [snip] XX / OpenDrive \ "opendrive" [snip] Storage> opendrive Username username> Password y) Yes type in my own password g) Generate random password y/g> y Enter the password: password: Confirm the password: password: -------------------- [remote] username = password = *** ENCRYPTED *** -------------------- y) Yes this is OK e) Edit this remote d) Delete this remote y/e/d> y
List directories in top level of your OpenDrive
rclone lsd remote:
List all the files in your OpenDrive
rclone ls remote:
To copy a local directory to an OpenDrive directory called backup
rclone copy /home/source remote:backup
OpenDrive allows modification times to be set on objects accurate to 1 second. These will be used to detect whether objects need syncing or not.
File names can also not begin or end with the following characters. These only get replaced if they are the first or last character in the name:
Invalid UTF-8 bytes will also be replaced, as they can’t be used in JSON strings.
Here are the standard options specific to opendrive (OpenDrive).
Note that OpenDrive is case insensitive so you can’t have a file called “Hello.doc” and one called “hello.doc”.
There are quite a few characters that can’t be in OpenDrive file
names. These can’t occur on Windows platforms, but on non-Windows
platforms they are common. Rclone will map these names to and from an
identical looking unicode equivalent. For example if a file has a
in it will be mapped to