Tag Archives: onedrive
You may recall that I managed to get OneDrive running on my main Pi with the goal of uninstalling the OneDrive client from the Windows machines and just running everything via a mapped drive to a SAMBA share.
This has been…mostly working.… Read the rest
I wrote about rclone yesterday, which claims to sync your OneDrive files to your Linux host. This is something that Microsoft has failed to provide to the Linux community. I was hoping to gather all of my files, and then Jenny’s files, to one main source in the house, and have that sync with OneDrive in order to get the whole cloud thing sorted finally.… Read the rest
Man! My last post was in November!?!?! I have been on quite the ride since then. Someday, I will get you caught up.
What I want to document today is a new toy that I just discovered, called rclone. Basically, it runs on Linux boxes and allows syncing with Cloud storage services that do not normally sync with Linux.… Read the rest
That is just one of many articles you will find on nesting cloud storage folders within each other. There are plusses and minuses to all of them. I am trying this out with nesting Dropbox (5.6GB total) inside One Drive (28GB total…I got in early).… Read the rest