I'm a Linux newbie as of about 5 months ago and had been running Cloudbox for my PMS on a VPS. I've moved to Ultraseedbox(USB) and no longer have root, so Cloudbox is out. That's okay as I like the challenge of learning to put this together. But I'm pretty stumped at this point. I've followed USB's guide(link) all the way through until is says to "Enable and start the two systemd services by using: systemctl --user enable --now rclone-vfs && systemctl --user enable --now mergerfs
I get this error: Job for rclone-vfs.service failed because the control process exited with error code. See "systemctl --user status rclone-vfs.service" and "journalctl --user -xe" for
I've searched and searched this forum, Google, etc. and tried for 4+ hours to figure out what is causing this. My rclone-vfs.service file is modeled after @Animosity022's but I left in the things USB had already included in theirs. I'll post it in the next reply.
go version: go1.13.4
Which OS you are using and how many bits (eg Windows 7, 64 bit)
Which cloud storage system are you using? (eg Google Drive)
The command you were trying to run (eg rclone copy /tmp remote:tmp)
Thanks I'm still learning a lot too. That worked, it was running. I killed it with your command. So the mount command is working. What should I try next? I know you said add flags one at a time but not sure how to do that.
That's the command that got it working. Unfortuantely, you are talking beyond my level of Linux right now. I don't know how to create a .sh bash file(or why I would do so to troubleshoot my .service file). I should have been more specific, how do I "add more flags" to see which one is breaking my .service file? Thanks!
I removed it and reran this below, worked this time! What I don't understand, why would the seedbox show that in their example in their guide? They know they don't allow root. Just odd to me. Now, what will not having -allow other in there affect/change?