discosrule

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  1. Sorry for delay, been away. my setup. I have a raspberry pi setup with btsync v1.2.82 on it and an external HDD with my FULL backed up copy (yes another copy) of the lightroom catalog and photos. This is then synced (one-way, read-only) to my windows 8.1 pc at work. So on neither machines lightroom isn't installed (raspberry pi, home/windows8.1, work pc) As mentioned it seems to sync everything else, photos and if i create a file in the same directory as the lightroom catalog it will sync that. I have even tired re-creating the sync and re-indexing it, but it doesn't pick it up. Have also tired deleting the lightroom catalog (work pc) but it doesn't re-sync it. How do you turn on debuging in linux and windows to see what is going on? Matt.
  2. I am syncing all my photos from my home linux arm based NAS to my work windows8 PC, using the latest version 1.2.82 on both. It seems to sync everything, except the lightroom catalogue files wont sync. (Lightroom 5 Catalog.lrcat) I don't believe either files are locked. Any ideas ? contents of my .SyncIgnore # OS generated files #.DS_Store.DS_Store?._*.Spotlight-V100.TrashesIcon?ehthumbs.dbdesktop.ini
  3. Couple of things; The ability to not delete files at the destination if deleted at the source while using one way sync. Would be handy then as a simple backup/archive program.The ability to take all the files you want to copy to the remote computer first, ie. using a USB HDD, then adding the synced folder. The advantage here is that you don't have to do a first large sync.The 'remove' shared folder, needs a confirmation button.A portable APP for windows, so no need to install anythingThx.