Rclone mount mac decrypt file


i have a mac

i have a gdrive crypt
i want to mount the gdrive crypt file decrypted to my mac

type = drive
client_id = xxxx
client_secret = x
scope = drive
token = xxxx

type = crypt
remote = gdrive:crypt
filename_encryption = standard
directory_name_encryption = true
password = *** ENCRYPTED ***
password2 = *** ENCRYPTED ***

i have mounted the gdrive file crypted with: clone mount gdrive: /Volumes/Gdrive --allow-non-empty

i want to mount the gdrive file decrypt to this drive GDecrypt but i can't find a way to do it

i tried : clone mount gdrive:crypt: /Volumes/GDecrypt—allow-non-empty

i tried : clone mount crypt: /Volumes/GDecrypt—allow-non-empty

please help thanks

You need to make sure the directory you are mounting to exists:

mkdir "/Volumes/GDecrypt"

rclone mount crypt: /Volumes/GDecrypt

I wouldn't use allow-non-empty as that is bad and allows for overmounting things.

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ok i did it with rclone mount crypt: /Volumes/GDecrypt --allow-non-empty

for other users i made a mistake here with a space or something like that rclone mount crypt: /Volumes/GDecrypt--allow-non-empty

Do i have to mount every time i reboot the mac or it will be start at start up automatically?

thanks for your help and your time

Yes you'll have to remount each time you start the mac. You can probably get it to start up automaticlly, but I don't know how to do that on a mac, maybe you'll find a hint here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/6442364/running-script-upon-login-mac

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