Hi, I got a new (fedora) laptop and I am trying to migrate to Google Drive from Dropbox because of their new three device policy (https://help.dropbox.com/accounts-billing/settings-sign-in/computer-limit).
I created the remote with rclone config (name gdrive, full access/scope 1).
Created a mount point:
$ mkdir gdrive
mount it at login:
$ echo rclone mount gdrive: gdrive --vfs-cache-mode full --daemon >> .bash_profile
I can then open and edit text files from the mount point (~/gdrive) using gedit. However, when I save the file, it is saved to Google Drive as a binary file, so when opening it from a browser on another fedora laptop it says 'no preview available', and prompts me to open it with a 3rd party app. Google Drive details for the file shows 'created Oct. xx with rclone'.
Opening it from Windows with the Google Drive client works fine.
Is there a way to save the file as text?