rclone systemd service
This service will use the same remote name you specified when using
rclone config create. If you haven't done that yet, do so now.
Next, create the mountpoint for your remote. The service uses the location
~/mnt/<remote> by default.
--allow-other option is required in order to work in many desktop environments. This flag must be enabled by adding
/etc/fuse.conf. If you aren't using a desktop environment, such as on a server, this option can be omitted.
Adding the service
rclone@.service file in
Make sure you include the
@. This is required to work.
As your normal user, run:
systemctl --user daemon-reload
Using the service
You can now start/enable each remote by using
systemctl --user enable --now rclone@dropbox