LucidLink Linux systemd service

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Install LucidLink client systemd service to survive system reboot, re-activate and automatically mount filespace in the preferred system location, running as root and allowing all users to access the filespace.

Pre-requisite: Download install LucidLink OS client for Linux

wget https://www.lucidlink.com/download/latest/lin64/stable/ -O lucidinstaller.deb
sudo apt update -y
sudo apt upgrade -y
sudo apt install ./lucidinstaller.deb -y

Components:

LucidLinkInstall.sh (script to install systemd service based on template)

LucidLink.service.config (lucidlink filespace daemon service template)

Configuration:

wget -O LucidLinkInstall.sh https://lucidlink.zendesk.com/hc/article_attachments/5778431478925/LucidLinkInstall.sh
wget -O LucidLink.service.config https://lucidlink.zendesk.com/hc/article_attachments/5778384940429/LucidLink.service.config
chmod +x LucidLinkInstall.sh
sudo ./LucidLinkInstall.sh <filespace.domain> <filespace-user> <filespace-password> <mountpoint>

Example:

sudo ./LucidLinkInstall.sh filespace.lucidlink root 12345 /mnt/Lucid
Installs LucidLink.service within /etc/systemd/system
Passwords with special characters will require strong quoting ' '
 
 

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