knireis

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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) After=network.target 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] WantedBy=multi-user.target 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 http://security.debian.org jessie/updates/non-free Translation-en Fout http://linux-packages.getsync.com btsync InRelease Fout http://linux-packages.getsync.com btsync Release.gpg Kon 'linux-packages.getsync.com' niet vinden 367 B opgehaald in 24s (15 B/s) Pakketlijsten worden ingelezen... Klaar W: Ophalen van http://linux-packages.getsync.com/btsync/deb/dists/btsync/InRelease is mislukt W: Ophalen van http://linux-packages.getsync.com/btsync/deb/dists/btsync/Release.gpg is mislukt Kon 'linux-packages.getsync.com' 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 http://ppa.launchpad.net/silvenga/btsync/ubuntu/dists/trusty/Release 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.
  13. I agree on this. Tuxpoldo has been very helpful and dedicated. But we can't expect him to continue this forever. He might not even use BTsync himself anymore. Bittorrent should step in and takeover if tuxpoldo agrees with that. The topics most read on this forum are probably the instructions on how to use tuxpoldo's repo!
  14. Sorry, i dont know why, i just followed the steps provided. Basically you stop btsync, make a backup of btsync, copy the new one in place and start again. Did you repeat the steps? Otherwise just reinstall latest version of tuxpoldo and try again.
  15. tuxpoldo has not been seen on this forum for about half a year, so i guess it is safe to assume he has moved on and probably won't return here unfortunately. For me the workaround works fine
  16. I just installed the server package of version 2.0 on my desktops, that works fine. You can use the web-gui for configuration.
  17. same issue here as workaround you can edit the default path...
  18. i use 10 folders at the moment, so technically i could upgrade but then i'm stuck with the limit if i want to add another folder. So the answer is yes