I want to set up two-way sync between OneDrive cloud and local directory. rclone is installed and I can mount, and see, my Cloud files through command line and rclone GUI (Debian, KDE desktop).
After a lot of searching I don't find comfort with this, from help on command line:
"rclone --help | grep sync
Rclone syncs files to and from cloud storage providers as well as
sync Make source and dest identical, modifying destination only.
My searches seem to indicate files that only exists locally will not be synced to the cloud, and will be deleted locally.
If I understand the above correctly, it defeats totally what I want to do. I want the equivalent of a Windows / Mac setup where I can work on my local HDD (offline or on), edit, add, delete files, and when I'm back online (or run rclone cron job, say once per hour), all changes get mirrored in the OneDrive cloud. Similarly, any changes made on different devices to files that end up in the Cloud should be mirrored to my local drive.
Is this possible? I don't want to lose data because I don't understand what I'm doing