WebAsh

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  1. This post from @GreatMarko has a link to a .deb for the Raspberry Pi Any idea if this means there's a official repo on the way?
  2. Mate! You're a legend. What's the best way to move from tuxpoldo's repository to yours on a system already using his? Do I just remove his sources.list.d entry and put yours in?
  3. Is there a workaround for now? Some sort of permissions assignment that can be given? One of my BitTorrent Sync copies is 18,000km away and the other end is a slow connection - re-seeding the data will take weeks. EDIT: Actually, bicman11 over in this thread has a pretty sweet workaround. Just used it and works a-OK! http://forum.bittorrent.com/topic/38865-two-problems-destination-folder-is-not-empty-loop-and-junctions/#entry107122
  4. I couldn't get this to work for read-only sync, either. Connecting to the folder using 2.0 version sync in a two-way mode works fine (clicking 'Connect), but for some reason when trying to connect to an existing folder using 1.0 version sync or using a read-only sharing link, I get the permissions error. Pretty annoying, as I'd prefer my backup device NOT to be able to sync changes back to the source device(s).
  5. I'm also surprised that this feature doesn't exist. I guess I'll have to demote my backup devices to not be "My Device" and treat them as any other peer.
  6. Hi @tuxpoldo, Is there any way to reset the WebUI password from a shell prompt? 6 months+ ago, the package configuration wizard would ask you for a username and password, which you could use to reset it. But it no longer asks for that... how can I reset it now? Regards,
  7. No, this isn't the case. It does it for me even when I am on the same network as the Raspberry Pi. Additionally, the custom port of 8888 is remaining, so HTTPS/SSL is operating via this port - nothing to do with Port 443. I've now seen this issue on three completely different Raspberry Pi units - two running RaspBMC/OSMC and the third running Raspbian.
  8. Hi tuxpoldo! Been a while since I've been here... have been loving your btsync package. Having the same issue as the user above... when SSL is enabled for the WebUI, the connection never seems to complete (after accepting the self-signed cert). Just keeps 'loading'. Turning off SSL using dpkg-reconfigure gets it working again, but ultimately I'd like to use SSL. I'm (also) using a raspberry pi, running raspbmc (or soon to be known as OSMC).
  9. Hrmm, I've removed the folder from syncing, and looked in the folder (using ls -a) - there is no .SyncID file/folder.
  10. Thanks GreatMarko. Will give that a go now. As an aside, as the Raspberry Pi's CPU is quite abysmal (even with encryption over LAN disabled) for BTSync transfers, would copying the files onto the drive first using another machine, and then adding the folder be a better way to initially replicate the folder, with the indexing/hashing ensuring that only new changes after that would be sync'd?
  11. Thanks for your reply GreatMarko. Yes, you've caught me out. I didn't mention it as I wasn't sure what version I came from. I hoped it might not be necessary, despite knowing better It wasn't that old, however. Possibly only a week or two at most. I did try removing the Pictures folder and adding again with the same secret, but it just seems to have got back to the same state and does not continue syncing. It seems to always be saying "indexing", it does disappear sometimes, but then returns not long after. If I was to power the system down, unplug the hard drive, plug it in to the machine where the files are, copy them across then hook it back up to my Pi, do you think it would bring it back to life?
  12. A pictures folder that was transferring (hadn't finished first sync) when I upgraded to 1.2.73 has now stuck saying there are no more updates, and doesn't want to transfer. The other machine which has the folder says this one (my Raspberry Pi) is connected, but there are no transfers in progress. I added another folder since the upgrade, and this one is syncing without issue. The folder just keeps saying Indexing, and that there is 14GB to upload to the other machine, which isn't right, as this is the machine that should be pulling - but it just never transfers anything. I'm not a Linux pro, so I'm not sure where to look for logs like I would be on Windows.
  13. Was just about to come and ask how it was possible to configure the advanced settings for the default instance - I see this is now given in the latest version. Awesome! Thanks again Tuxpoldo. Updated, upgraded. Have now turned off encryption for the local network
  14. Running that command given by the other user to create the symbolic link has indeed fixed the issue! Excellent! Now I have a working btsync instance on my media machine. Excellent! Thank you so much! Is there anything I can do to give back to you for the work you have done here?
  15. What exactly does that command do? I'm not a massive Linux user, but I'm wary of running random commands without knowing what affect it will have / do. Also, if it helps, I'm running a fresh install of raspbmc installed from the NOOBS SD card that comes with some RPi. It had auto updated to the latest version. So it should be completely updated - and I've since done an apt-get update and apt-get upgrade. There was an issue with nfs-common I had to resolve first - let me know if you also encounter it and I'll flick through the command I had to run. (i have a full log of all I've tried)
  16. Hi tuxpoldo, First, I want to say thank you very much for giving your time to provide such a great service. The package management system in Linux is great, so to be able to consume btsync via it - awesome! However, I'm having an issue with the btsync-common library on my installation of raspBMC. Whilst I appreciate that raspbmc is not listed explicitly as an OS you support, raspbmc is simply a slightly slimmer version of raspbian - customised to run the XBMC interface more natively. So, in theory, what runs on raspbian should run on raspbmc. If you don't wish to help me, that's more than OK, as you are already taking on a lot here! If you want to take a shot, here is the output I'm receiving from both aptitude and apt-get. Selecting previously unselected package btsync-common.(Reading database ... 43398 files and directories currently installed.)Unpacking btsync-common (from .../btsync-common_1.2.71-1_armhf.deb) ...Selecting previously unselected package btsync.Unpacking btsync (from .../btsync_1.1.82.1-3_armhf.deb) ...Setting up btsync-common (1.2.71-1) .../var/lib/dpkg/info/btsync-common.postinst: 31: /var/lib/dpkg/info/btsync-common.postinst: /usr/lib/btsync-common/btsync-core: not founddpkg: error processing btsync-common (--configure): subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 127dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of btsync: btsync depends on btsync-common; however: Package btsync-common is not configured yet.dpkg: error processing btsync (--configure): dependency problems - leaving unconfiguredErrors were encountered while processing: btsync-common btsyncE: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)A package failed to install. Trying to recover:Setting up btsync-common (1.2.71-1) .../var/lib/dpkg/info/btsync-common.postinst: 31: /var/lib/dpkg/info/btsync-common.postinst: /usr/lib/btsync-common/btsync-core: not founddpkg: error processing btsync-common (--configure): subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 127dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of btsync: btsync depends on btsync-common; however: Package btsync-common is not configured yet.dpkg: error processing btsync (--configure): dependency problems - leaving unconfiguredErrors were encountered while processing: btsync-common btsyncAs you can see by "selecting previously unselected package" - I've tried this a few times, all to no avail. I'm tried purging in between and everything. But no matter what btsync-core seems to remain missing, causing btsync-common to fail. Thanks in advance for any assistance - greatly appreciated.