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  1. Hi Alexander I would like to participate in testing it
  2. There is no problem with the version file as I hacked installation shell script as suggested in the thread I mentioned in my message. I just commented out version check. I'm just getting lots of errors during running an installation script. I wouldn't bother using btsync at all if WD supported Linux as I use Linux on all my laptops. Maybe I'll try to setup rsync instead.
  3. Yeah, the issue is that they build new linux kernel with 4k page size instead 64k before or other way round There are lots of discussions here http://community.wd.com/t5/WD-My-Cloud/New-FW-4-00-00-upgrade-results/td-p/761154/highlight/true/page/3 So btsync needs to be recompiled with that new non-standard kernel. but because btsync is closed-source software community can't do this by themselves. I just bought my wd own cloud and it is already have firmware version 4 so I'm trying to downgrade at the moment unfortunately downgrade hasn't worked for me. will have to restore rootfs with firmware version 4 one more update cloud restored version 4 by itself after failed boot from the second RAID partition so looking forward to seeing recompiled version for this non-standard kernel WD released. Seems like they put sticks into wheels on purpose by releasing version 4 with non-standard kernel Hi Roman Please have a look at this source code package from WD http://support.wdc.com/product/download.asp?groupid=904&sid=233〈=en you can find out linux arm compilers inside, both for firmware version 3 and version
  4. Hi guys, I'm trying to do the same thing but getting an error WDMyCloud:~# uname -aLinux WDMyCloud 3.2.26 #1 SMP Tue Jun 17 15:53:22 PDT 2014 wd-2.2-rel armv7l GNU/Linux WDMyCloud:~# ./btsync Killed I've downloaded an arm version