I have a huge photo collection - 150k+, and ~5k videos. I use to use the Google Photos folder inside Google Drive as an easy sync point between my NAS and the Cloud. They broke that, because, well, stupid things. At any rate, I've been using the horrific "Google Backup and Sync" app since then. We have several people in the same family using a Google One account, so I don't want to change cloud storage. BUT Google B&S keeps breaking / hanging, and all evidence points to the fact it's a POS. What I'm wondering is, either on my Windows server or my Linux server, would it be viable to simply install and Android EMU with GPhotos, leaving it running full time, pointed at the NAS CIFs mount? NFS is a pita, I've mucked with it. SMB wasn't bad though. If anyone has looked at doing this, I'd appreciated a heads up on what works / what doesn't. The utilities for syncing to Google Photos on Linux are starting to get to a usable state, but I'd rather just use the official app if I can get it going.