Best Answer DutchEllie , 07 February 2020 - 03:19 PM
Those did not help, but as always when I post something on a forum I figured it out myself.
The reason it did not work was because the permissions for the mounted onedrive folder work quite differently from regular folder permissions, in the sense that you cannot just sudo chown or sudo chmod them. You have to specify the permissions beforehand when mounting the drive. I figured out after some searching that there is a flag called --allow-other in the rclone mount command, as well as an --allow-root. So what happened was when I mounted the drive to the folder I did it using the qbtuser, therefor the ownership was in the hands of the qbtuser. This worked great for qbittorrent, but not for anything else. I unmounted it using qbtuser and mounted it again using the root user (sudo su) and added the flag --allow-other. Worked absolutely perfectly... Thanks anywayGo to the full post