I know it’s possible to define a crypt remote as a local path. When it’s mounted, does it still experience the same limitations described in the rclone mount documentation? In other words, say I have a crypt remote defined as a local path located at
/home/danemacmillan/encrypted, and then I mount it at
/home/danemacmillan/unencrypted, will these limitation still apply:
[rclone mount] can only write files seqentially, it can only seek when reading. This means that many applications won’t work with their files on an rclone mount.
If it does experience these limitations, could this be overcome by using
If it does not experience these limitations, or if they can be overcome using the VFS cache, does that mean that filesystem events will be triggered, so I could hook into them with utilities like fswatch?