I just updated DSM .1.1-42962 Update 4, and Rclone no longer works. I have the latest version of Rclone installed via SSH (I also tested the beta).
My version of Rclone is:
- os/version: unknown
- os/kernel: 4.4.180+ (x86_64)
- os/type: linux
- os/arch: amd64
- go/version: go1.20.2
- go/linking: static
- go/tags: none
As server I use uptobox with scripts on my nas like this:
#mountpoint='/volume1/"Plex base de donnée"/Uptobox/Films'
mountpoint='/volume1/"Plex base de donnée"/Uptobox/Films'
fusermount -uz /volume1/"Plex base de donnée"/Uptobox/Films
rclone mount upto:PlexFilms /volume1/"Plex base de donnée"/Uptobox/Films --allow-other --vfs-cache-mode=full --no-modtime --cache-dir=/var/services/homes/Kevin/.cache/ --config=/var/services/homes/Kevin/.config/r
Everything was working fine before the DSM update. I do not know what to do...
Thank you in advance for your help
Sorry, where can I find the log?
I saw that installing an older version of Rclone could solve the problems. Do you know how to install old version of Rclone via SSH? I downloaded the .zip but I don't know how to install it
Sorry for the inconvenience, it was enough to activate the fusermount3 with the command ln -s /bin/fusermount /bin/fusermount3
rclone is a portable app, does not need to be installed.
yes, that seems to work for now.
imho, it is a hard choice,
--- use old rclone
--- use a symlink, which is not supported/recommended by the fuse development email list group.
I wanted to install an old version of Rclone but I did not succeed, I did not find how to do it on a synology via the command line
to manually install rclone
rclone is a single portable binary. can simply download the .zip, unzip it and run rclone
can have multiple copies of rclone on the same system.
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