I was looking for a GUI for rclone and found one. I am so happy for this software it has made working with rclone so much easier, and so far it has worked PERFECT. I love it!!!
If you do plan to use Dropbox have a look at https://rclone.org/ to get the files to the Pi. Source: 2 days ago
If you don't mind CLI and routing data over your local PC then rclone does such jobs very well for free. You only needed to configure 2 remotes (DB, Goggle) and then do rclone sync DB: GD:. Source: 2 days ago
You might look at using Rclone. Very likely available at a repository near you. Source: 2 days ago
Https://rclone.org is a very effective storage shim. You'd still want to limit supported backends to provide a smooth UX. There are binaries for the major OSs (including BSDs, Plan9, and Solaris). They have Android builds but they are not first class (yet). Unfortunately I do not see any support for iOS. - Source: Hacker News / 2 days ago
I have not tried it, but my best guess would be to use something like rclone and remote mount Backblaze B2 as a local drive on a VM. I am considering to do the same actually once I get some free time. :). Source: about 1 month ago
What is the advantage of using Spacedrive over mounting the network disk with rclone (https://rclone.org/) and using any other file explorer? - Source: Hacker News / about 2 months ago
"It is compatible with rclone. This means that you can download your encrypted files and decrypt them locally using the rclone command-line tool.". Source: about 2 months ago
I use multiple cloud storage services for redundancy than periodically rsync from cloud storage to a local device for private, local backup using rclone I’m sure there are downsides but I like the benefit of passive image backup and periodic sync. 1 - https://rclone.org/. - Source: Hacker News / 2 months ago
Have you checked out rclone? Local encryption, targets almost any cloud storage provider, and open source. Syncthing might also be part of a solution to this with the Untrusted Devices feature . 0: https://rclone.org/. - Source: Hacker News / 3 months ago
Why not rclone? It was discussed here yesterday as a replacement for sshfs - and supports GCS as well as dozens more backends. https://rclone.org/. - Source: Hacker News / 3 months ago
It's better not to start developing applications for Linux at all (because you have shown many times that this OS is not important to you), just make a decent and documented API. Then all linux people will just use Rclone. Source: 5 months ago
I highly recommend checking out rclone.org its game changing. I am able to mount my Cloud storage as a Physical Drive so Plex can directly stream content seammlessly. Regarding the cost lets just say its heavily discounted because of my Job. Source: 5 months ago
I can't find anything other than using rclone through Termux, which looks like it can sync to NextCloud. Nearly all threads default to Syncthing, which is device-to-device. Readers, please comment if you know of something else. Source: 5 months ago
Agreed, Rclone can do the trick. https://rclone.org/. Source: 5 months ago
I use rclone but there are a bunch of good suggestions in the comments. Source: 5 months ago
The other tool you can use is Rclone, but it's CMD line, which many find even more complicated. Source: 6 months ago
Not a problem as long as you use something like rclone to sync it to an offsite (out of the house) backup. Backblaze b2 is a good option. Source: 6 months ago
I’ve been using the restic cli tool along with rclone to copy it to google drive. Source: 6 months ago
Yeap, Rclone can be an option. https://rclone.org/. Source: 6 months ago
Rclone is similar but the GUI is experimental and is more CLI oriented : https://rclone.org/. Source: 6 months ago
Rclone syncs files and directories to and from various cloud storage providers. It doesn't have a native Windows service mode, but you can run it as a service using third-party tools https://rclone.org/. Source: 6 months ago
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