Mount rclone Synology


I am trying to install rclone in a Synology with last version of DSM.

I have used this guide, with arm 32bit version and Linux installation from precomplied binary.

I have created new gdrive remote and I have given permission in my account.

Now, I don’t know how I can mount the device to see the files. I want to use it with plex, but I can’t create or find the new directory to add to the server.

Could anybody help me with the correct command?

Thank you

The command I use is structured like this:
/bin/usr/rclone mount --umask 0 --allow-other --max-read-ahead 200M encrypted: /mnt/PCrypt/ &
Then I issue a disown so the background job isn’t associated with my shell.

You’ll probably have to substitute a correct location for rclone with the synology, and if it was installed via a package manager of some sort you should be able to get it’s exact path with which rclone

I kind of hate my Synology so I’m not going to spend the time trying to get it to go but I imagine your command would look like this
rclone mount --allow-other remote:path &
as a basis from which you can build upon with the options like read-ahead. Allow-other is usually a must though. Especially with the insane permissions on a nas.

Thank you for your answer.

I have put wich rclone command and the directory is /bin/rclone

Finally, I use this command, and I have made it.

/usr/bin/rclone mount --allow-non-empty --allow-other remote:/ /directory &

remote: name of your remote. #Remember you must put : at the end
directory: route where you want to have the directory i.e /volume1/…

Glad I could help. :thumbsup: