Commands tagged rclone (1)

  • For easy portability you can include you service account blobs directly to your rclone config. So it generate a rclone config like the following: [dst977] type = drive scope = drive service_account_credentials = {"type":"service_account","project_id":"saf-ju66hcgi8qf8zidhvfww4oxwe7","private[.................] } Show Sample Output


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    COUNT=0; for i in $(find . -iname "*.json");do ((count=count+1));VAL=`cat ${i} | jq -c '.'` ; echo "[dst$count]";echo "type = drive";echo "scope = drive";echo "service_account_credentials = $VAL" ;done > conf
    dbiesecke · 2020-06-19 19:38:59 12

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