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Cyb3rGh05t

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Hey Team,

i would like to know how i can get a folder showing up under /mnt/move that i just created on my gdrive to upload new downloaded files?

thanks :)
 

Admin9705

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??? Sorry what now? :D
 
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Nigel

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I think he created a folder on Gdrive ( For example: Movies 4k) and want that to show up in the folder mnt/move so he can upload files to it.
 
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Cyb3rGh05t

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i want to upload some downloaded files to my gdrive over pgmove and i created a specific folder for these files on my gdrive.
this specific folder is not showing up under /mnt/move. how can i get it to show up? or can i upload them over in an other way?
 

plunderer

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Hey Team,

i would like to know how i can get a folder showing up under /mnt/move that i just created on my gdrive to upload new downloaded files?

thanks :)
You need to do it the other way around, create the folder under mnt/move and then that folder and its content will get uploaded to gdrive or tdrive depending on what mounts you have. This can be a new folder name, or an existing folder name on your G/TDrive
 
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MrDoob

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change {name-of-folder} to your name of the folder

Linux need */Movies-4k or */Movies\ 4k/

but the best solutions is */Movies-4k

empty parts are for pr0s or script junkies


sudo mkdir /mnt/move/{name-of-folder} && sudo chown -cR 1000:1000 /mnt/unionfs/{name-of-folder} && sudo chmod -R 755 /mnt/unionfs/{name-of-folder}
 
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