I’m currently running an rclone serve instance via a port mapping (a la --addr [port number here]) where I’m serving content from gDrive, however was curious if there’s a way to do this by mapping the serve to a directory rather than access via [domain].com:[port]?
My provider doesn’t allow root access for running a fuse instance, but allows for domain hosting if I create A Records and store my site in ~/www/[domain name here].com/
Ideally I’d like to be able to run rclone serve via ~/www/[domain name here].com/files/ which’ll purpetrate to [domainname].com/files/
Would such a thing possible?
It sounds like you want to use
rclone mount to provide the contents of
~/www/[domain name here].com/ - is that right? That is how I provide beta.rclone.org which is actually stored on a swift object store.
You shouldn’t need root access for running
rclone mount via FUSE.
I guess I wrote poorly;
What I meant to say was that FUSE isn’t installed/runnable/allowed whatsoever on the provider, so was looking for a potential workaround.
If you can’t run FUSE, then I don’t think there is any way you’ll get the files under that mountpoint without actually copying them there. That might be an option - I don’t know.
So I think you are probably stuck with
rclone serve http