I cannot find where my files are syncronized

I just installed the odrive linux agent following the procedure that I found on the website.
I gave the instruction
python “$HOME/.odrive-agent/bin/odrive.py” status
and the result is:
> isActivated: True hasSession: True
> email:myemail.com accountType: whatever
> syncEnabled: True version: prod 860
> placeholderThreshold: neverDownload autoUnsyncThreshold: never
> downloadThrottlingThreshold: unlimited uploadThrottlingThreshold: normal
> autoTrashThreshold: never Mounts: 1
> xlThreshold: never Backups: 0

> Sync Requests: 0
> Background Requests: 0
> Uploads: 0
> Downloads: 0
> Trash: 0
> Waiting: 0
> Not Allowed: 0

at this point everything looks ok and I expect to find an “odrive” folder in my /home that, instead, I cannot find.
Should I do anything else? Where the files are going to be synchronized?

I also attempted to give a “mount” instruction, thinking that I have to indicate a location for the folder, but it says that that is a premium feature.

If you used the instructions from docs.odrive.com, then you most likely created the mount at

You can also issue a status command for specifics on the mount:
python "$HOME/.odrive-agent/bin/odrive.py" status --mounts

Unfortunately, when I attempt to mount that position, it says that it is impossible because it is already an odrive folder, but the folder is not there (I attempted to do the same thing in the past and I may have deleted that folder. If I attempt to mount the folder with a different name it says that it is impossible because it is a premium feature

Hi @fc.campanile,
Try unmounting the folder with the unmount command. That should remove the obsolete mount mapping and then you can remount to another location.