Jovik

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  1. Do we know if this feature will be added in final release? I'd like to use BTSync to mirror my NAS over the Internet and I can't imagine having an incomplete backup.
  2. I have performed the following test: Installed btsync on my desktop and NAS On my PC created folder TestFolder with files a.py and b.py Added this folder to btsync through http://localhost:8888 Copied read-only secret Entered http://nas-ip:8888 in order to add my PC folder to sync (with the read-only secret) Content was synced between my NAS and PC Added, removed and modified files on my PC - changes were applied to NAS (as expected) Removed file (e.g. a.py) from NAS - nothing happened to my PC folder (as expected) I expected the file (a.py) to be sent back to NAS once next sync event was triggered (i.e. within 10 minutes) but nothing happen (not expected) The questions is: how do I resync files that were mistakenly deleted from NAS? In a way it's a nice feature not to download such files (well, since they were removed, then most likely I don't want them to sync), but I'd appreciate a simple way to force a full sync. Did anyone else experience similar issue? Is there any workaround?
  3. I can confirm that btsync works on Lenovo Iomega EZ Media & Backup Center Steps to install it: 1. Enable SSH access by visiting: http://your-iomega-ip/manage/diagnostics.html (mark top checkbox, choose port-number and your-password, click Apply) 2. SSH to iomega (on Linux open terminal and type ssh -l root -p port-number your-iomega-ip). Warning! Your password is not the same as the one you defined through the web-page! Add 'soho' before your-password. If you had qwerty then use sohoqwerty to login. 3. cd opt/apps 4. wget http://btsync.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/btsync_arm.tar.gz 5. tar -xzvf btsync_arm.tar.gz 6. rm btsync_arm.tar.gz 7. nano /etc/rc.local place (sleep 300; /opt/apps/btsync) & before exit 0 To save your changes press: ctrl-x, 'y' and 'enter' 8. reboot You're done! To test your btsync wait for ca. 10 minutes and go to http://your-iomega-ip:8888 (make sure port 8888 is open)