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  1. In the windows world, I often use junctions to "enable" longer paths to work, ie a folder name is shortened and the shorter name brings the path within limits. The Windows tool is mklink, run it as administrator with no params to see how it works.
  2. Well, the Linux port uses it's own built-in webserver to mange secrets and folders; creating the folder might be a problem, but perhaps not?
  3. Ability to connect (mount) a remotely shared folder: 127.0.0.1:8888?action=mount&secret=<secret>&locfolder=<local folder> Ability to create a new share folder: 127.0.0.1:8888?action=newsync&secret=<secret>&locfolder=<local folder> Code should be able to create folders on the fly if needed, perhaps a true/flase parametr