Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg Google Drive)
The command you were trying to run (eg rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)
Downloading a file through the GUI's explorer.
The rclone config contents with secrets removed.
type = b2
type = crypt
remote = B2:backup-googledrive-personal
A log from the command with the -vv flag
2023/04/20 19:36:26 DEBUG : fs cache: switching user supplied name "B2-Crypt-GoogleDrive-Personal" for canonical name "/data/B2-Crypt-GoogleDrive-Personal"
2023/04/20 19:36:26 DEBUG : Creating backend with remote "B2-Crypt-GoogleDrive-Personal"
2023/04/20 19:36:26 NOTICE: "B2-Crypt-GoogleDrive-Personal" refers to a local folder, use "B2-Crypt-GoogleDrive-Personal:" to refer to your remote or "./B2-Crypt-GoogleDrive-Personal" to hide this warning
2023/04/20 19:36:26 ERROR : rc: "Test.docx": error: failed to find object: object not found
@Wesley What steps do you perform in the GUI to provoke this error? Can we have a screenshot of the GUI just before you click the download button? (I am especially interested in the "address field" of the GUI explorer)
Thanks for the screenshot, I have reproduced your observation using s3:
type = s3
provider = AWS
type = alias
remote = myS3:myBucket
2023/04/23 20:28:42 DEBUG : Creating backend with remote "myS3bucket"
2023/04/23 20:28:42 NOTICE: "myS3bucket" refers to a local folder, use "myS3bucket:" to refer to your remote or "./myS3bucket" to hide this warning
2023/04/23 20:28:42 DEBUG : fs cache: renaming cache item "myS3bucket" to be canonical ...
2023/04/23 20:28:42 ERROR : rc: "hello.txt": error: failed to find object: object not found
It seems related to the web GUIs handling of the ":" in the remote of the alias/crypt. I can work around it by using myS3 directly, unfortunately that isn't a possibility for you (because you need the decryption of the crypt).
The natural next step would therefore be to create a GitHub issue here:
There is just one major problem: The rclone web GUI project seems to be abandoned, the last update was in July 2021: