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  1. Encryption was always disabled, but we gave up on Btsync a while ago. Syncthing was much faster inside a LAN, but had lots of actual sync problems. We use CudaDrive now, which simply avoids syncing altogether and just uses a local cache, which is simpler to handle and more reliably.
  2. Only problem is DD-WRT 3.0 does not come with a "file" or "readelf" binary... PS: Guess now i need to find out where i can grab a arm compatible readelf binary that runs on the router. I realy do not want to invest the time and install the DD-WRT toolchain and compile my own binutils. What clib you compile against btw? Maybe you might consider linking statically against MUSL in the future to prevent such cases for embedded devices?
  3. Yes i did download the arm binary and extracting and setting the execute flag simply results in: ./btsync-sh: ./btsync: not foundThis seems to indicate that the binary is not recognized as compatible executeable, since the file exists in the directory and has the +X flags. I can also run other binarys from the same location just fine. model name : ARMv7 Processor rev 1 (v7l)processor : 1BogoMIPS : 2655.84Features : half thumb fastmult vfp edsp vfpv3 tls vfpd32CPU implementer : 0x41CPU architecture: 7CPU variant : 0x4CPU part : 0xc09CPU revision : 1Hard
  4. Hi, there seem to-be a ARM binary, but it seems its not ARMv7l compatible so i can't run it on the latest lineup of openWRT compatible ARM routers/NAS? Getting BTSync to compile on openWRT should be relatively simple, since they have a good toolset in place and are very close to a "real" linux distribution in terms of available packages and there use of a extroot overlay filesystem. So is there a package available that is compatible and can be used on those ARM V7l, A9 Routers running openWRT/DD-WRT?
  5. Just tested Syncthing on the exact same LAN using the same folder to sync and got speeds of 30~60 MB/s. The initial sync just took 30sec, compared to 5min for BTsync.
  6. Hi, i wonder if there is a particular reason why LAN sync speed is only 1/10 of the maximum possible speed? Our LAN speed measured via SMB transfer can sustain 110 MB/s, while BTsync (2.1.1) varies between 500kb/s - 6 MB/s. Thast what i have already done: 1) disabled "disk_low_priority" 2) increased send/recv buffers from 10MB to 32MB So is BTsync designed to-be able to achieve at least 50% of a GB LAN ~50Mb/s? We often have to sync large files and only reaching 5-15% of the possible LAN speed is realy bad, even dropbox LAN sync was able to reach 10-15 MB/s. We where assuming that BTSy