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  1. You can apply license with --license command line option. Try reading the output of ./rslsync --help
  2. Create a link (softlink or hardlink) in /var/www/nextcloud/data pointing to RSL folder, maybe?
  3. The line from netstat clearly shows your rslsync is listening to, which is only accessible from localhost. For listening to all interfaces, It should be like: tcp 0 0* LISTEN - There might be some problems with your config file, try testing rslsync with --webui.listen option as ./rslsync --webui.listen see: Guide to Linux, and Sync peculiarities – Sync (resilio.com)
  4. Yes it's enough. Next you should use netstat to verify the rslsync is really listening to port 8888 on all interfaces: netstat -anp if it indeed listens on all interfaces, then I guess it's firewall, try totally disable firewall (temporally) and test.
  5. Your WebUI is configured to listen to localhost only, which is only accessible from the same PC. Either you need to re-configure it to listen on other interface (for example,, which means port 8888 on all interfaces), or use some other applications that can do port forward for you. read Configuring WebUI – Sync (resilio.com)
  6. You can use killall with process name I use killall -15 -u myuser rslsync (15: SIGTERM)
  7. A paid feature, called "Sharing a folder locally", is available since 2.7.0, see: Sharing a folder locally – Sync (resilio.com)
  8. I think the default behavior should work well for you, as long as at least one of the other devices have set the folder to "Sync All" instead of "Selective Sync". If all devices (everyone of them) have this folder set to "Selective Sync", then nobody will take the new files, i.e., no sync. If in doubt, you can create cases to test.
  9. As far as I know, all new files will be sync'ed to other devices (non-selective sync mode, or selective mode with the folder selected to be sync'ed), except if . the new files that are in IgnoreList file; . the new files that have .rsls extension (empty placeholder for real files in selective mode).
  10. Isn't it "folder_defaults.known_hosts"? Did you go thru this page? Running Sync in configuration mode – Sync (resilio.com) and this? Power user preferences – Sync (resilio.com)
  11. I personally never start RSL as service on my Windows systems, I don't even have it automatically start when I log in. I only start it when I need to sync files, and exit it once the synchronization finishes. Of course I have 2 Raspberry Pis, running 24x7, with rslsync always online. On the other hand, I am not sure if the pop-up menu works correctly when running RSL as service on Windows (I am talking about the RSL pop-up menu when you right click on files, such as "Sync to this device / Remove from this device / Remove from all devices", etc.)
  12. Just create different config files, and run different instances of rslsync with --config config_file. Make sure you configure different webui port, storage_path, shared_folders, etc. for each instance. use rslsync --dump-sample-config to create config file to start with.
  13. Currently you can't exit by clicking close(X). Right click Resilio Sync's trayicon for pop-up menu, then click on "Exit".
  14. From what I see, RSL inserts ".Conflict" before file extension in case of conflicts: https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/204753629-Conflict-files-in-Sync