I planned to switch my RPi3 for an Odroid N2 because I thought the power of the RPi3 would just be too less for emby.
So that also means I have to switch from Raspbian to another OS. I am not that familiar with linux so I decided to use Debian Buster, which someone in the hardkernel board provides. And I thought that might be as equal to Raspbian as possible to make things easier for me.
My problem is, that as soon as I mount a remote, the rights of the mount folder change and I can't access it anymore, even when using root user. Whereas as the user rclone which I created only to mount the remote, I can still access the folder.
Before mounting ls -l with rootuser gives me this information: drwxr-xr-x 2 rclone rclone 4096 Jan 22 16:53 gsuite
And while mounting this: d????????? ? ? ? ? ? gsuite
Actually I don't know if that issue is related to rclone or if I'm just facing this because of the debian version I use.
That's why I added a user named rclone without sudo rights to mount the remotes.
Works perfectly on raspbian but on this particular Debian build it doesn't.
If I mount as root user, I can't access the mount as rclone user.
If I mount as rclone user, I can't access the mount as root user. Which by the way is interesting because I thought root user would always be able to access every path and folder.
For testing proposes I didn't use any options to mount the remotes. So I also didn't use --allow-other. I give that a try.
The missing of --allow-other was obviously causing the issue for me. Will Report back, if smb access is also possible.
Thank a lot!