I'm using RCloneBrowser on Windows and Linux Mint with RClone 1.48. I would like to browser the contents of the trash for an already configured Drive. How do I do that?
Not sure rclone browser has a flag or way to do that.
The way on the command line is using the --drive-trashed-only flag
My remote is GD: and just a simple ls command:
rclone ls GD: --drive-trashed-only [felix@gemini ~]$
The browser is really just a shell. It's really rclone underneath and uses the same rclone.conf that you would use from the CLI. Can this flag go in the .conf and if so where?
Sorry, new to this. Can you be explicit? My remote is "Google Drive"
assuming I run from CLI what command would I run to show a remote called "Google Drive" and it's trash?
How would I configure rclone.conf so that this stuck?
I believe you can put it into your rclone.conf
[felix@gemini rclone]$ rclone config file Configuration file is stored at: /opt/rclone/rclone.conf
Shows you where your file is to modify.
I tried with this, but it didn't display
I was able to display in the CLI via this:
rclone lsd GDrive: --drive-trashed-only (where GDrive is my remote).
If I wanted to move the directories out of the trash, is there a way to do that?
That is odd as I don't see the environment variable working either.
No way to move back out of the trash via CLI to my knowledge.
In the config file that should be just
trashed_only = true
make 2 remotes one with
trashed_only = true and then use
rclone move trashed:dir normal:dir to move directories out of the trash. Rclone doesn't make this very easy - sorry! You'll probably need