I followed this : https://rclone.org/crypt/ to create a secret "encrypted folder" in my storage.
At the step :
Remote to encrypt/decrypt. Normally should contain a ':' and a path, eg "myremote:path/to/dir", "myremote:bucket" or maybe "myremote:" (not recommended). remote> remote:path
I wrote for "remote" the real name of my already configured remote, and for "path" i named it "newcryptedfolder", even if there was no such folder in my already configured remote.
What the idea of a remote, because if a remote is my cloud external storage, why would i need to create a new config for a new remote that would be in truth just a folder with encrypted stuff in my remote? so a "remote" is not exactly my cloud disk, isn't it?
i'm kind of lost. i also set up a password but.. never asked me anything. is it supposed to be stored somewhere? where is the RSA passkey? ...
edit : i came to my pccloud web browser, and there is this "cryptedfolder". so it look like it worked. and files inside are encrypted. is the configuration with b2 is exactly the same? i'm not sure to understand :
First check your chosen remote is working - we’ll call it remote:path in these docs. Note that anything inside remote:path will be encrypted and anything outside won’t. This means that if you are using a bucket based remote (eg S3, B2, swift) then you should probably put the bucket in the remote s3:bucket. If you just use s3:then rclone will make encrypted bucket names too (if using file name encryption) which may or may not be what you want.
Ok, about the last part i don't care because i don't want to encrypt file names. but on the precedent part, i just don't understand what they are talking about.. I should probably put the "bucket" (i don't even know what is a bucket, for me it's the space allowed to me that's it), in the remote s3 (or b2 i guess):bucket. I should put a bucket in a bucket?