czerwinski1977

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  1. Just noticed that I was not on latest version of btsync. 1.0.132 showed the problem, 1.0.134 works as expected... anyway, thanks for your responses!
  2. My kernel is 3.2.0-42-generic-pae #67-Ubuntu SMP Mon May 6 21:55:09 UTC 2013 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux libc6 is 2.15-0ubuntu10.4 I find no [OnNotifyFileChange] entries in my log -- can anybody explain?
  3. Hi there, first, a big THANK YOU to the developers of this awesome piece of software. I have been playing around with several programs in order to sync my photo collection (~ 5000 pics and counting) between two linux desktops, but only Bittorrent Sync worked for me without major dato loss and/or duplication, conflicts, etc.! The FAQ says that sync is started immediately after a file had been modified or created, except for MacOS 10.6 which has a 10 min delay. However, it seems as if this were also the case on my Linux machines (Ubuntu 12.04). I created a directory and added 3 files, nothing happened. After approx. 10 minutes, sync started and all went fine. The log file (which I can provide on request) tells me that the modifications were found during a periodic scan and the respective torrents were created. I miss the immediate triggering of the synchronization. Can anybody clear this for me a little? Thanks! Reinhard.
  4. As far as I understood the problem with DNS-3xx and ffp the point is, that the system runs with uClibc but Bittorrent Sync requires glibc -- can anybody with more technical insight confirm that?
  5. Eddie, I wondered if you eventually succeeded on you DNS-323 and how you managed. Thanks for any information on that issue! Cheers, Reinhard.