plop1602

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  1. The autoupdate said "new : versionning", but this doesn't appear in the change log (this thread's first post), which one is wrong ?
  2. Works on Synology DS 212j with DSM 4.2 EDIT : Since I'm asked some steps, I just downloaded btsync on windows, put it on the NAS with FTP, logged in with SSH, and started the executable... that's it. Just don't forget to open the ports for FTP, SSH and 8888 in the web interface's firewall options. Oh, and the SSH login is root, not your username. In other words, this works fine : wget http://btsync.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/btsync_arm.tar.gz tar zxvf btsync_arm.tar.gz chmod u+x btsync ./btsync
  3. +1 for the encrypted & read-only secret. This would allow for a nice multi-user setup, which is currently next to impossible to do. @GreatMarko, your argument doesn't hold : File1.rar would be synced back on Client B as File1.txt, not File1.rar !
  4. Hi, First, thanks heaps for Bittorrent Sync. It's lightyears ahead from the competition (sluggish owncloud esp.). Fantastic work ! One single request : please make it possible to change the WebUI's password FROM the WebUI. Some explanations : I want several users to be able to sync files. If I give them a single URL to the WebUI, everybody will be able to see each other's secrets. So, I have 1 btsync instance for each user, on a different port. But the password is still "password", so it's still as unsecure. People can't ssh and change the .config for 2 reasons : Synology's sshd doesn't allow