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  1. Just install the previous version (2.7.0) for now, it works just fine.
  2. Running into the same problem Ah, so it is a bug in Resilio.
  3. Hopefully soon; right now I can't install Sync to begin with on Windows 10 2004 due to it. UPDATE: The 2.7.0 installer doesn't have this problem. If you need to do a service installation, run that version for now and then wait for the 2.7.2 release to arrive.
  4. Ha, I just realized the message Connection settings overridden by config actually means This state of this setting is not controlled or indicated in the web UI. Using "listen" : "" does in fact enable the web UI's accessibility to other machines on the LAN, it's just that the web UI won't indicate that to you. I'm now able to access Sync on the Ubuntu 20.04 machine from other machines on the LAN via Ubuntu20.04.IP.Address:8888. Problem solved!
  5. I'm running the latest Resilio Sync Home Pro on Ubuntu 20.04. I'd like to be able to access the Web UI from any machine on my network. Currently the setting to disable listening only to is grayed out (see attached image) with the message Connection settings overridden by config, as shown below: To find out which config file was being used, I opened System Monitor, filtered the Processes tab for rslsync, and then looked at the Command Line column. There I found / usr/bin/rslsync --config /etc/resilio-sync/config.json Opening /etc/resilio-sync/config.json reads: { "storage_path" : "/var/lib/resilio-sync/", "pid_file" : "/var/run/resilio-sync/sync.pid", "webui" : { "listen" : "" } } Question: How do I enable the listening only setting in the UI via editing the config.json file? Changing "listen" : "" to "listen" : "" has no effect on the web UI after I restart the Resilio Sync service using # service resilio-sync restart If I use "listen" : "" instead and then restart the service, the web UI is no longer accessible at all. Any ideas?
  6. @papakpmartin FreeNAS most likely uses the FreeBSD repos upstream, and rslsync package is no longer available in those. You might be able to get it up and running manually using the binary available for direct download from the site. That's what I use on my FreeBSD 12.1 installation.
  7. It's still priced at 501 USD ... unless you're a business or rich that's not cheap for an OS.
  8. Fair enough. But you also have to accept what comes with that, too. Namely that enterprise products tend to beget enterprise prices by default unless you explicitly ask for an exception.
  9. They do hold. The official list prices are what they are. The fact that you may have gotten a new BMW for the price of a used econobox doesn't change the fact that the BMW is a luxury car. When you take it in for service or try to buy aftermarket stuff for it, you're gonna pay just as much as someone who bought it at full price. Windows Server is an enterprise product with the usual enterprise trappings whether you paid $12 or nearly $7000 for it. Anyway, as staff already pointed out, all you have to do to resolve the issue is contact them directly. I had to do the same myself with TeamViewer because I'm on their free tier but I have so many client instances they thought I was a business. Took a couple weeks but all is good now. That's an easy solution anyone can manage.
  10. Non-Windows OSes don't use SKUs per se, plus because pretty much everything that isn't Windows, AIX, or macOS is free my aforesaid assumption of being able to afford an enterprise license by virtue of already paying thousands of USD for an OS license doesn't apply for those other OSes. Personally, I run Sync Home Pro on Windows 10 Home & Pro, Android, Ubuntu, Debian, Raspbian, and FreeBSD without any issue. UPDATE: manually updated to 2.7.0 on my FreeBSD and Windows machines with no issue.
  11. Grandfathering sounds like a workable solution in theory. Not sure if Resilio has that kind of license server-side granularity, but it would be a useful path forward.
  12. What solution would you prefer? This is a common issue for just about all paid enterprise software: there's always some cutoff beyond which it's assumed you're running a business and can afford a business license. FTR, Windows Server pricing isn't inexpensive or free; so yes it is a reasonable assumption that anyone running WS can afford an enterprise level Sync license. And if you're not running a business, then you can get most of WS' non-domain functionality out of Pro, Pro for Workstations, or Enterprise. If you do need the domain functionality, then it is what it is. Neither Windows now Sync are free solutions; adjust your expectations accordingly.
  13. AFAIK FreeBSD repos contain open source packages only, but I could be wrong. I actually do use FreeBSD, which is why I wrote the post 😛 Resilio Sync works perfectly for me, but then again I don't use the Selective Sync feature.
  14. @PacketMan A couple things about that: There is no package available in the FreeBSD repos. To see for yourself, run pkg search rslsync on FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE-p4. You'll get no results. The FreshPorts listing literally says there's no package available: You can't compile it yourself either because it's closed source so there's nothing to compile from Besides all of that, the most recent version in the FreeBSD repos is 2.6.3, which is a version behind the current stable release Now, there are some other FreeBSD-based distros such as GhostBSD that have rslsync in their repos, but I suspect that's because they also use the TrueOS repos, which are a superset of FreeBSD's. I would not suggest anyone use TrueOS' downstream repos on raw FreeBSD unless they want to run into package state/dependency problems.
  15. @Mr Fethersmith Yw! @Andy+ @Mr Fethersmith My apologies for the broad brushed statement. I guess I just don't have a use case for any of those right now. I'm glad they work for you