j0rel

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  1. That did it. This is a problem with using a binary settings file, makes it pretty hard to troubleshoot. Thanks for your hard work (flattrd)!
  2. $dpkg --list | grep btsync ii btsync-user 1.1.69-1~raring amd64 Private network P2P file synchronisation daemon(s) ---- $ cat /usr/lib/btsync-user/btsync-starter #!/bin/sh # compute user specific directories DESTDIR=${HOME} DATADIR=${DESTDIR}/.btsync CFGFILE=${DESTDIR}/.btsync.conf PIDFILE=${DESTDIR}/.btsync.pid USRFILE=${DESTDIR}/btsync.conf DEVNAME="$(hostname) - $(whoami)" # "sedify" replacemnt data XDATADIR="$(echo ${DATADIR} | sed -e "s/\\//\\\\\//g")" XPIDFILE="$(echo ${PIDFILE} | sed -e "s/\\//\\\\\//g")" XDEVNAME="$(echo ${DEVNAME} | sed -e "s/\\//\\\\\//g")" if pgrep -x btsync-agent -U $(id -u) > /dev/null; then echo btsync-agent already running exit 0 else # move to user's home directory cd ~ sed \ -e "s/DATADIR/${XDATADIR}/g" \ -e "s/PIDFILE/${XPIDFILE}/g" \ -e "s/DEVNAME/${XDEVNAME}/g" \ > ${CFGFILE} < /etc/btsync-user/btsync-user.conf if [ -f "${USRFILE}" ]; then /usr/lib/btsync-user/btsync-agent --config ${USRFILE} else mkdir -p ${DATADIR} /usr/lib/btsync-user/btsync-agent --config ${CFGFILE} fi fi ------ $cat ~/btsync.conf //!/usr/lib/btsync-user/btsync-agent --config // // configuration for the btsync agent running in the // user environment { "device_name" : "computername", "pid_file" : "/home/username/.btsync.pid", "storage_path" : "/home/username/.btsync", "listening_port" : 10090, "check_for_updates" : false, "use_upnp" : false, "download_limit" : 0, "upload_limit" : 0, "webui" : { "listen" : "0.0.0.0:9999" } } ------------ $cat ~/.btsync.conf //!/usr/lib/btsync-user/btsync-agent --config // // configuration for the btsync agent running in the // user environment { "device_name" : "computername - username", "pid_file" : "/home/username/.btsync.pid", "storage_path" : "/home/username/.btsync", "listening_port" : 0, "check_for_updates" : false, "use_upnp" : true, "download_limit" : 0, "upload_limit" : 0, "webui" : { "listen" : "127.0.0.1:9999" } } ---------- So, again, it picks up my listen port from ~/btsync.conf but it seems to be taking my device name from ~/.btsync.conf. I have played around a bit and cannot get it to change this behaviour.
  3. I have (I just rebooted again to be sure), it still shows the default name, which is ($HOSTNAME - $USERNAME). I don't want my first name getting shown to people on large syncs, so this is a problem. The other parts of the config file seem to be used, ie: listening port, but the "device_name" is ignored, using the ~/.btsync.conf info instead.
  4. using ~/btsync.conf it seems to ignore the device name I configured...