sitnin

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  1. I found that is a major issue. Root filesystem on QNAP NAS lives in the RAM, so it's recreated at boot time. The best approach to handle this, I suppose, will be creating QPKG package for the BTSync. Unfortunately, it's a bit complicated and will took some time. Will keep you posted.
  2. Thanks, guys, for your replies. I was on a vacations, unfortunately. It is possible that I'm using wrong approach to make init.d startup scripts for this NAS. I'll investigate the issue and report back in a few days.
  3. QNAP TS-210, works like a charm =) Thanks guys! Awesome work!
  4. I've realised that btsync doesn't sync files which is symlinked to the share. IT would be great to process and sync such files and folders too (I'm asking to add symlink following).
  5. (UPDATED link & instructions) I have made an installation package which downloads arm version of btsync, installs it and creates necessary startup scripts and configuration file. I using it by my own, of course, and for me it works pretty well. I've attached installer tarball to this post and also you can download the latest version here: http://gregor.ru/fil...p-btsync.tar.gz Login to ssh as admin and download this tarball into the /root directory, # cd /root # curl -O http://gregor.ru/fil...p-btsync.tar.gz then run: # tar zxvf qnap-btsync.tar.gz # cd qnap-btsync # ./install.sh After the script finished review /etc/btsync.conf for the WebUI login and password as well as other settings. Next, you may run btsync as a daemon: # /etc/init.d/btsync.sh start Next, proceed to http://YouQnapIp:8888/ for the WebUI and shared folders setup. Your suggestions and contributions is much appreciated =) @sitnin qnap-btsync.tar.gz
  6. I have made an installation package which downloads arm version of btsync, installs it and creates necessary startup scripts and configuration file. I using it by my own, of course and for me it works. You can download it here: http://gregor.ru/qnap-btsync.tar.gz Place this tar.gz into the root directory, then run: # tar zxvf qnap-btsync.tar.gz # cd qnap-btsync # ./install.sh Your suggestions and contributions is much appreciated (@sitnin) =)