This is weird.
I have my laptop partitioned into three partitions. One for Windows, One for Linux, and one is a drive that gets mounted to whichever OS is booted. On that drive is my OneDrive share as well as my Google Drive share. Windows manages syncing the OneDrive share, Linux manages syncing my Google Drive share (using InSync).
The shared drive which has been mounted as “Data Drive” forever on my linux partition somehow got confused and started mounting as “Data Drive1”. That caused InSync to barf as the root directory “moved”. I was able to reconnect InSync to the new folder through the UI and all was well.
But then I found that other things on that share were broken (in particular, fonts shared from that drive). So I fixed the mounting issue and got the share to connect to the “Data Drive” share instead. This caused InSync to barf once again, because the share was missing. However, this time I can’t reconnect the share because Insync says “Chosen path contains a syncing location”.
Well, yes, it does. It’s in sync, and I want to connect to it. How can I?