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RcloneBrowser

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Simple cross platfrom GUI for rclone command line tool. Supports Windows, macOS and GNU/Linux.

Features

  • 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 file
  • 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 folders
  • 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 copmmand to clipboard
  • Can process multiple upload or download jobs in background
  • Drag & drop support for dragging files from local file explorer for uploading
  • Streaming media files for playback in player like mpv or similar
  • Mount and unmount folders on macOS and GNU/Linux
  • Optionally minimizes to tray, with notifications when upload/download finishes
  • Supports portable mode (create .ini file next to executable with same name), rclone and .rclone.conf path now can be relative to executable

Download

Get Windows, macOS and Ubuntu package on releases page.

For Ubuntu you can also install it from Launchpad: Rclone Browser.

ArchLinux users can install latest release from AUR repository: rclone-browser.

Other GNU/Linux users will need to build from source.

Screenshots

Windows

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Ubuntu

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macOS

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Build instructions for Windows

  1. Get Visual Studio 2013
  2. Install CMake
  3. Install or build from source Qt v5 (64-bit) from Qt website
  4. Set QTDIR environment variable to Qt installation, or adjust path to Qt in bootstrap.cmd file
  5. Run bootstrap.cmd, it will generate Visual Studio 2013 solution in build folder

Build instructions for GNU/Linux and macOS

  1. Make sure you have working compiler and cmake installed
  2. Install Qt v5 with package manager or from Qt website
  3. Create new build folder next to src folder
  4. Run cmake .. from build folder to create makefile
    • if cmake doesn't find Qt, add -DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH=path/to/Qt to previous command
  5. Run cmake --build . from build folder to create binary

License

This is free and unencumbered software released into the public domain.

Anyone is free to copy, modify, publish, use, compile, sell, or distribute this software, either in source code form or as a compiled binary, for any purpose, commercial or non-commercial, and by any means.