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  1. I have read many threads and spent countless hours, but I never got Resiliosync to work properly as a specified on a headless server. This would make life easier because without this there are some permission issues. So i decided to have a look around and found Syncthing. They have the option to start syncthing with systemd as a specified user. By using this syncthing@.service systemd file [Unit] Description=Syncthing - Open Source Continuous File Synchronization for %I Documentation=man:syncthing(1) Wants=syncthing-inotify@.service [Service] User=%i ExecStart=/usr/bin/syncthing -no-browser -no-restart -logflags=0 Restart=on-failure SuccessExitStatus=3 4 RestartForceExitStatus=3 4 [Install] enable with: systemctl enable syncthing@myuser.service systemctl start syncthing@myuser.service Within 10 minutes I was up and running.................... Now i do like Resiliosync and i do own a pro license so i wonder can i achive this with Resilio?
  2. New problem: sync only works when there is a putty connection active to the server, closing the putty connection stops sync. Establishing a putty connection restarts sync. Anything i can do to have it active all the time without the need to login into the server?
  3. Tried it again on a clean ubuntu 16.04 to enable it as user gives a connect to bus error, enabling it as root works . Thanks
  4. thanks so far, would i need to give this command: systemctl --user enable resilio-sync as root or as the user which has to run resilio sync
  5. I managed to install the official version on a linux mint 18 desktop (using the current user) without problems. But how do i install resilio-sync on a headless server and make it run as a user (while using systemd?)
  6. There might be an issue with the server. It is in an remote location so I can 't access it this moment. I reinstalled the silvenga version but cannot access the webgui either. Port and everything should be ok since i have used it for a couple of years already.
  7. Tried to install it with these options, btsync starts ok, but i can not access the web gui. So i went back to silvenga/tuxpoldo version.
  8. I tried to switch from tuxpoldo's (silvenga) linux repository to the official linux package but i get some errors during install: Geraakt jessie/updates/non-free Translation-en Fout btsync InRelease Fout btsync Release.gpg Kon '' niet vinden 367 B opgehaald in 24s (15 B/s) Pakketlijsten worden ingelezen... Klaar W: Ophalen van is mislukt W: Ophalen van is mislukt Kon '' niet vinden W: Ophalen van sommige indexbestanden is mislukt. Deze zijn of genegeerd, of er zijn oudere versies van gebruikt. I'm running it on a Sheevaplug (1.2 GHz Marvell Kirkwood 6281 ARM-compatible CPU, a.k.a. Feroceon) with debian jessie installed
  9. That is a very good point here. This is a showstopper for me as well.
  10. anyone installed this version? can i just install over the Silvenga version, or do i need to uninstalll first. i would like to keep my settings and synced folders.
  11. Thanks! Saves me a lot of time each update. Forgot to ask can you add for arm cpu? Failed to fetch Unable to find expected entry 'main/binary-armel/Packages' in Release file (Wrong sources.list entry or malformed file)
  12. I have about 6 systems with btsync to maintain, so although it might be simple to replace the binary it is still al lot of work to each time there is a new version. An up to date repo would be appreciated a lot.