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  1. I suggest that do NOT run rslsync as root. run it as a normal user with webui's listening port > 1024.
  2. Let's not forget Resilio Sync for Android, albeit appeared in "Latest Desktop Build" topics, it has not got any updates since Dec., 2018, back then my phone was running Android 8 (now it's running Android 10).
  3. Unless in the ideal world in which any software does not have bugs... but in the real world we are living in that does not apply. I don't understand why you're annoyed of updates, because you have the option of not updating.
  4. the url for Android apk is still 2.6.3 (8071), not sure if this was a mistake.
  5. Not sure if @Helen or @RomanZ are real people or just support/admin accounts. @Helen's last visit time was Oct., 25, but her last post was on Jan., 17. I guess @Alex. is the new support staff (not administrator though).
  6. yes, as long as your phone and laptop are in the same local network, just make sure you enable "Search LAN" for the folders.
  7. You can change device name by accessing its WebUI page. or you can write your own config file and run rslsync with --config. Start from ./rslsync --dump-sample-config
  8. I posted 2 similar posts 2 years ago, 1 question: and 1 feature request: No replies from Resilio Sync. I have rated Resilio Sync's support team 0-star ever since.
  9. Resilio Sync for Linux is definitely portable, you don't need root/sudo to run rsl, normal user can use crontab -e (as normal user) to start it with custom config. Not sure if it works in Windows 10's WSL, you might want to give it a try.
  10. The computer's spec is more than enough if you run headless Linux (i.e., don't install/run X server/Desktop environment). I would recommend using popular distros such as Debian (choose tiny/small CD) or Ubuntu (server), because the bigger user base, the more chance you'll get support in case you have any issues.
  11. Just run 2 instances using different users user1: rslsync --config user1_config_file user2: rslsync --config user2_config_file make sure the 2 config files using different port/storage_path/pid, etc. you can start with rslsync --dump-sample-config > user_config_file then modify user_config_file
  12. Not being able to totally turn OFF logs also bugs me. There's also a HUGE sync.log besides ShellExtIO.log. The user normally does not read these log files. I managed to stop these log files from recreating: On Windows 10 system, exit Resilio Sync, go to "AppData/Roaming/BitTorrent Sync" folder, delete ShellExtIO.log and sync.log, create 2 folders with the exact same names (ShellExtIO.log and sync.log), right click on them and go to Properties/Security, enable all "Deny" permissions for all user/group. On Linux system, go to the main .sync folder: rm sync.log; ln -sf /dev/null sync.log
  13. I have 2 sync clients on RPI2b and RPI3b+, they are both running armhf binaries on Raspbian 9 (stretch).
  14. If you have Pro license, change the server's folder type to "Selective Sync", then you can use "remove from this device" on the server. If you use Sync Free edition, on your PC, create a new folder outside of Sync folder, move whatever files you want to delete on your server to the new folder, these files will be deleted on the server side and saved in the new folder on the PC side.
  15. I had a similar issue with Sync 2.6.0 on Android 7.0, see this post: @darpas: it seems working fine for me with the disconnect-then-reconnect solution.