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  1. Have a similar error, in my case on a Beaglebone black, also read only: [20150428 19:35:55.410] ACL[9803]: VerifyFileSignature: failed to verify ed25519 signature, user: [...] [20150428 19:35:55.411] MC[9803] [E422]: failed to verify signature of remote file programs/spiele/Age Of Empires II addon/Age of Empires 2 - The Conquerors Expansion/GAME/CAMPAIGN/MEDIA/INTRO.BLN I renamed the directory of the file (like 15 mins ago), however the error message still spits out the old directory. I'll check later if it eventually updated.
  2. Agreed. It would be nice if it could also provide feedback if something is not right. Eg. some simplified log messages or something. Also, when there are locked files, it nicely indicates, but it does not tell which files are actually locked. That would help a lot to track down the culprits and maybe close applications.
  3. Similar to that, when I chose "not to update", clicking the X, a new tab gets opened that is empty.
  4. Hi, (using the free version of 2.0.105 or 104) I am confused - I previously had all my connections manually as most of them also date back to pre 2.0 versions. Now I linked two of my devices, however do not see any folders from my other device. It this a pro feature? Am I supposed to see the folders connected to my fingerprint? What behavior should I expect? Any insights highly appreciated. Thanks!
  5. Also have this issue, getting them on my Beaglebone black. The error message avove reads: [20150424 16:23:39.594] MC[E440] [3D96]: failed to verify signature of remote file [file removed], aborting [20150424 16:23:39.595] assert failed /mnt/jenkins/workspace/Build-Sync-ARM/SyncFolderMergeController.cpp:842 any ideas what this is?
  6. I have the feeling that much of the frustration might also be due to a misalignment between the BTS team goal and who is actually present in the forums/using BTS. For me it seems that BTS tries to move towards business/commercial customers, whereas most people in the forums are 'hobbyists'. For larger corporations it might be really nice to revoke access and such, but for private use....not so much. I feel most of us in here would have been happy with a stable, reliable, simple version that uses keys to exchange folders and define access. That should have been the basis for a commercial product. Unfortunately, more features were added before a reliably working state was achieved. At this point I lost my trust in the core functionality of BTS. And at this point I do not really see why anyone would pay the $40 a year. Google and Dropbox have one terabyte for about $100 a year, but that included off-site storage, a nice web interface and most importantly - a reliable synching. I would have loved to remove my main data from the cloud, but not going to happen too soon. I hope you will prove the critics wrong!