I’m not sure my thread title is good enough to explain my question so let me expand a bit.
I am using cryptomator on android, Win10 and OS X. I have vaults on Dropbox and Onedrive. IT all works very well so far.
I would now like to also have a local, unencrypted copy of these vaults on my nas (running debian 10) so that I can access it locally and offline too, as well as for backup purposes.
Ideally, the solution would not depend on the 3 clients (android, win 10, OS X) I mentioned but would run directly on my nas, preferably inside a docker container.
Now before I start fiddling around maybe someone has a similar setup or some pointers for me on how to get this done?
Bonus points if this solution could not only download and sync these vaults back to their origin but also between providers so basically I’d have vault A on provider 1+2 and a local copy, while vault B would only exist on provider 2 and a local copy.
You managed to confuse me. I know how to sync with rsync and similar tools BUT I don’t know how to access the vault. My NAS should contain the unencrypted version of what is lying in my encrypted vaults.
Am I missing your point somehow?
OK, I guess you’Re somehow accessing your vaults, I guess there should be a linux version of cryptomator available for you to do so?
Found it: https://cryptomator.org/downloads/
Except I don’t see a Debian version and the Ubuntu versions all say x.org mode supported. I need a plain cli solution, is this also included?