Urist

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  1. You have an Actiontec router I'm assuming? I don't think it's specifically FIOS that's the problem, I've been syncing for weeks using 2 machines behind a FIOS router and one remote machine without any problems. Perhaps you can try a firmware update on the router?
  2. Yes, all files were fine. I believe the indexes are part of the installation directory and not the sync folder, which is why I had to re-index.
  3. I have already done this with a ~2TB media collection. I synced locally first and then moved the drive to a family member's house. It does need to index though.
  4. Seriously. I've been editing the registry for years and never even thought that it was actually a file somewhere. I was also under the wrong impression that it was located outside of the file system somewhere. Thanks!
  5. Not to take away from very valid questions, but Breeding Zombies would be a great band name. Carry on.
  6. You could look at the connections your machines are making to each other and verify that you're connecting directly to them. There is also a very in-depth security thread here: http://forum.bittorrent.com/topic/9506-a-thought-it-was-secure/
  7. I don't think this is the case either Yotta. I use a few Pis with Sync, both the 256 and the 512 ram one, and I transfer at steady speeds (1.5MB/sec) without issue, and very consistently. I am using the raspbmc image though, so we have very different setups.
  8. What distro are you using on the Pi?
  9. Also, check out this link. I had to symlink a lib to get it to run on my Pi. I was getting the same "No such file or directory". http://forum.bittorrent.com/topic/8746-i-can-not-execute-syncapp-arm-on-my-nas-based-on-sl3516-cpu/page__hl__raspbmc#entry28830
  10. What's really strange is that each one says they are synced with the macbook, (mbp I'm assuming) but they are not synced with each other. If A = B and A = C then B =C, but not in this case...
  11. So the cloud means that the peer is connected via an indirect connection instead of direct, and the up arrow means that the machine you're logged into via webgui still has X to upload to that peer. If it was a down arrow, it would still have X to download from the peer. I'm assuming the two webguis have the read only keys? What happens when you restart Sync on the two linux machines?
  12. Do you have two instances of BTSync running? I ran into that today, everything looked correct, but it just wasn't syncing. I noticed I had two processes going, and once I closed one, the syncs started. Unfortunately I didn't check the debug logs.
  13. I'm just imagining stealing a mob guy's address book that's written in code. Sure you can't read it yet, but you can try and break his code. All this crypto is greek to me, so I should probably keep my mouth shut!
  14. According to kos, it's 1M. Where did the 200k number come from? I had to look it up, I knew I read somewhere that it wasn't in the thousands... There's so much info floating around here, I'm glad you're taking on getting the unofficial FAQ up. That will help a lot! http://forum.bittorr...ion/#entry42312
  15. To expand on what Auto (Do you mind if I call you Auto?) was saying, the "/*" and "*/" are the beginning and end of comment blocks. The config has them commented out to begin with and you need to remove them for the config to see them. Look at the top and bottom of the snip below. /* "shared_folders" : [ { // use --generate-secret in command line to create new secret "secret" : "MY_SECRET", // * required field "dir" : "/home/worm/exchanger", // * required field // use relay server when direct connection fails "use_relay_server" : true, "use_tracker" : true, "use_dht" : false, "search_lan" : true, // enable sync trash to store files deleted on remote devices "use_sync_trash" : false, // specify hosts to attempt connection without additional search "known_hosts" : [ // "192.168.1.2:44444", // "myhost.com:6881" ] } ] */