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  1. sudo echo 2 > /proc/cpu/alignment This is required on many ARM architectures. Hopefully future versions of btsync force alignment of data structures by how they are coded so this is not required.
  2. I hope so. 1.2.82 is unusable as a backup strategy due to its unpredictability, stalling, and so on.
  3. How to turn on debug logging on Linux? On the topic here that claims to be about that it says "Linux: create file debug.txt with contents of FFFF in the .sync folder. You can find the .sync folder in the same directory where the btsync binary is located." Well, my binary is at /usr/bin/btsync, and there is no .sync directory there. On my console I get a lot of messages like Incoming connection from 192.168.2.98:25000 Incoming connection from 192.168.2.98:25000repeated about every couple seconds. the '98' machine is the one that I am sure is trying to send data to this machine, but for some reason it never sends anything. 25000 is the port I have specified.
  4. Me too. I have 3 Linux machines with one shared folder. The master folder is on machine "A", while "B" and "C" are set up with the read-only secret from "A". So I expect any changes made on "A" to replicate to "B" and "C". All the machines are on the same LAN, and tracker use is turned off. I have the control web pages up from all three machines. "B" and "C" quickly found each other but did not exchange anything. This is expected since they both only have the read-only secret. But "A" never found "B" or "C" and nothing is being transferred. Exactly where is this "folder_rescan_interval" specified? But it has been well over 10 minutes anyway so I doubt if that is the problem. Version 1.2.82-1. All three machines are running Arch Linux, though "A" is x86_64, "B" is x86, and "C" is ARM. UPDATE: Nodes "B" and "C" did finally sync, but it was after an hour had elapsed.