Rclone 1.43 version adds a new cloud storage backend Jottacloud,
copyurl Commands, back-end reconfiguration, etc.clone Is a command-line program used to synchronize files and folders with multiple cloud storage services, including Amazon Drive, Amazon S3, Google Drive, Google Cloud Storage, Dropbox, Microsoft oneDrive, Microsoft Azure Blob Storage, ownCloud, Nextcloud , DigitalOcean Spaces, and many other features (WebDAV and SFTP are also supported). The tool is free and open source software and can be used on multiple platforms, including Linux, Windows, macOS, *BSD and Solaris. Rclone 1.43 adds Jottacloud, This is a privacy-focused cloud storage service that stores all your files in Norway, Claim Do not monitor what you store on its platform, and do not store, process, or exchange user data with third-party services (such as Amazon).
Another important change in this version is the reconfiguration of the backend, which now allows all configuration options to be provided via the command line, environment variables or configuration files. Similarly, through reconfiguration, Rclone has taken a big step toward making the backend available in other Go software.
Rclone 1.43 includes a new
--progress/-P Mark to show interactive progress, and a
--stats-one-line A single line of statistical information. These statistics also show the overall progress of the synchronization.
In addition, this version also introduces a new command:
copyurl, It copies the URL to the remote server. For example, I can use the following command to copy the latest Rclone deb from GitHub to my OneDrive remote server:
rclone copyurl https://github.com/ncw/rclone/releases/download/v1.43/rclone-v1.43-linux-amd64.deb onedrive:rclone.deb
Related: How to mount OneDrive in Linux using Rclone (supports corporate and personal accounts)
Other interesting changes in Rclone 1.43 include:
- Add to
version --checkIt will check if there is a stable update or Beta update, and display the download URL when an upgrade is available
- Fixed installation
--daemonUnable to use encryption configuration
- Azure Blob: Porting the new Azure Blob storage SDK
- Box: Fix> 2GB file upload on 32-bit platforms
- Drive: add
--drive-keep-revision-foreverMark to keep the file permanently in Google Drive (if this feature is not available, the previous version of the file will be kept for 30 days)
- Onedrive: shared folder support and support for moving/renaming folders
- Complete change log
The download page includes Linux, Mac OS, and *BSD binaries, as well as a common script for automatically downloading Rclone and making all settings. You also need to read Rclone documentation.