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  1. ldd tells me my glibc version is 2.3.6. c# ldd --versionldd (GNU libc) 2.3.6Copyright (C) 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.The linux versions compiled for 2.3 don't do me any good. I'm trying to run on an ARM cpu. What version glibc is required for the ARM binary?
  2. Still no core dump. I got this on the console: # ./btsync --nodaemontotal physical memory -1 max disk cache 2097152Using IP address sha1: AE5B <cut>test sha2: 630D <cut>test aes: 0A94 <cut>./btsync: relocation error: ./btsync: symbol __res_iclose, version GLIBC_PRIVATE not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference
  3. There is no core dump created. Do I need to do anything to cause the core dump to happen? Cheers
  4. Hello RomanZ, I have debug enabled with the contents of debug.txt as FFFF. All I get in the log is the five lines I posted. I just tried running again. This is all I get. [20140217 11:20:30.815] total physical memory -1 max disk cache 2097152[20140217 11:20:30.819] Using IP address[20140217 11:20:30.821] test sha1: AE5BD <cut for securtiy>[20140217 11:20:30.821] test sha2: 630DC <cut for security>[20140217 11:20:30.821] test aes: 0A940 <cut for security>I lose the process immediately... If I run the command to start btsync and then run ps, it's already go
  5. Hi all, I'm trying to get btsync running on a Buffalo TS Live. I managed to d/l and install and got it to start with some help from this forum on setting the alignment for arm. Now when running, I get the message that btsync is being forked to the background. Then it disappears. I can't access the the webui. PS doesnt show the process as running and trying to kill the pid given at startup tells me that the process doesn't exist. The system log shows nothing at all. I turned on debugging and only get this: sync.log [20140216 13:22:07.217] total physical memory -1 max disk cache 20971