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Simple cross platform GUI for rclone command line tool.

Allows to browse and modify any rclone remote, including encrypted ones
Uses same configuration file as rclone, no extra configuration required
Supports custom location and encryption for rclone.conf configuration
Simultaneously navigate multiple repositories in separate tabs
Lists files hierarchically with file name, size and modify date
All rclone commands are executed asynchronously, no freezing GUI
File hierarchy is lazily cached in memory, for faster traversal of
Allows to upload, download, create new folders, rename or delete files
and folders
Allows to calculate size of folder, export list of files and copy rclone
command to clipboard
Can process multiple upload or download jobs in background
Drag & drop support for dragging files from local file explorer for
Streaming media files for playback in player like vlc or similar
Mount and unmount folders on macOS, GNU/Linux and Windows (for Windows
requires winfsp and for mac fuse for macOS)
Optionally minimizes to tray, with notifications when upload/download
Supports portable mode (create .ini file next to executable with same
name), rclone and rclone.conf path now can be relative to executable
Supports drive-shared-with-me (Google Drive specific)
For remotes supporting public link sharing has an option (right-click
menu) to fetch it
Supports tasks. Created jobs can be saved and run or edited later.
Configurable dark mode for all systems

Maintained by: Lockywolf
Keywords: rclone,browsing,gui,webdav
ChangeLog: rclone-browser


Source Downloads:
RcloneBrowser-45bf7411839b0919c488a3e3a0a5272b50c9fc7b.tar.gz (2607eae75613381eede5326eea129510)

Download SlackBuild:
rclone-browser.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 15.0

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