can we change rclone config location like D:\rclone\rclone.conf
Yes, you can set an environment variable and point it to the location you want.
I use on Linux:
# RClone Config file RCLONE_CONFIG=/opt/rclone/rclone.conf export RCLONE_CONFIG
if you want to set the variable inside a batch file or on the command line,
the variable is valid only inside the batch file or current command line.
to set environment variables permanently
Somewhat related to the subject - do you know how to list all the permanent variables?
Do they show up under "environment variables" in system properties (alongside stuff like %temp% ?
I've rarely used permanent variables, but it does actually seem like a useful way to set some defaults that I had not yet considered.
yes, i understand, and the first time i used setx, i was most confused.
if you try this, it will in fact set the variable but will not work display the variable
C:\WINDOWS\system32>setx thestigma trouble
SUCCESS: Specified value was saved.
Environment variable thestigma not defined
but if you open a new cmd, and type
Alternatively, if you prefer a flag to a env. variable:
(as an example)
rclone config file can be used to check real quick which file rclone is actually using.