Vandervecken

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  1. I would very much like this. +1! Here is my use case: I'd like to sync my entire Music directory to my backup NAS, and I'd like to sync subfolders to my laptop. Or: I'd like to sync my User folder to my backup NAS, but I'd like to sync some subfolder of that to my phone.
  2. So here's something I'd like to do: I'd like to sync my entire Music directory to my backup NAS, and I'd like to sync subfolders to my laptop. Or: I'd like to sync my User folder to my backup NAS, but I'd like to sync some subfolder of that to my phone. It seems however, that i can't add to btsync a folder that is already inside another folder that is in btsync. How do I make this happen? Thanks, Vandervecken
  3. Hi all, When I have the btsync service running, can I expect the drive the folder is on to ever sleep? Would it sleep if I disconnected every device using that service? For example, I have a NAS with btsync, and I want the drives in that NAS to sleep every so often. If I turn off btsync on every system that links to the NAS, will my drive be allowed to sleep? I am seeing that the drive continues to show activity, even when there is no-one connected. Thanks, Vandervecken
  4. Hi all, So I have btsync set up on my Linux box (basically a NAS). I'm connecting from my PC via the Web GUI, everything is lovely. My partner has an account on the same Linux box, and would like to use btsync to sync to their home folder. How do I do this? I think I need to run two btsync services on the box, each with a separate home folder, username/pw, and gui port. Help? Thanks, Vandervecken