OneDrive on Linux

Rclone is an open-source command line program that allows you to sync files and directories to and from a variety of cloud storage services, such as Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, and Amazon S3. It’s easy to use, reliable, and secure. 

Rclone can be used to backup files and directories to the cloud, and keep them in sync with local copies. It can also be used to move files between cloud storage providers, or to mount cloud storage services as local drives. 

Rclone is written in Go and is available for Linux, macOS, and Windows. It’s free and open-source, and can be installed with a few simple commands. 

And the installation of rclone I would like to show you today. 


Create folder  

mkdir OneDrive 

Install rclone  

sudo pacman -S rclone 

Start Configuration 

rclone config 

OneDrive Mount bash script 


Mount OneDrive 

rclone –vfs-cache-mode writes mount OneDrive: ~/OneDrive &