alin

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  1. correct, on iOS you can search in the current folder. what i would love to have is for search to also drill into the subfolders, that would be quite amazing. is there anything like this planned for the future?
  2. +1 I would really love to have this feature. i wonder if anything like this is on the feature list to be implemented
  3. I have a quick question about the non-subscription license, i don't see an answer to this question anywhere, if there is you have my apologies. How is the non-subscription license going to work when you guys move to 2.3 version? will it work only for 2.2x and i need to buy a new non-subscription license on 2.3 (or whatever major release you consider)?. hope my question makes sense.
  4. http://www.engadget.com/2015/04/24/bittorrent-reportedly-laid-off-dozens-of-employees/
  5. i was able to link the device just fine and i did transfer files without problems. one thing i _may_ have done differently is i started from scratch: deleted the old btsync install folder and configs (the .sync folder) installed the new version and added the device with my iphone
  6. i can confirm that this problem has been fixed in build 2.0.104 http://forum.bittorrent.com/topic/37978-latest-20-desktop-build-20104/
  7. freenas runs BSD as OS and btsync 2.0 gui doesn't work on the bsd ("known issues" in this build). also as far as i know you don't need to pay anything if you just want the free version, should be able to sync your windows machines just fine
  8. i was wondering about that one too (the webui.zip still been zipped in .sync folder), happening on my system also.
  9. no luck, just tried to access the webui with same behaviour...the connection is established on 8888 but the webui is non-responsive. i guess i need to wait for the next release?
  10. Thank you for the info, it makes a lot of sense so i try it. i started the daemon 2 days ago, got a bit busy with other stuff and just left it running without checking it. i checked the daemon couple of minutes ago (again, after couple of days) and is gone. nothing in the logs to explain what happen, the daemon just crashed like 10 hours ago after running for a day or so. i restarted the daemon and i'm going to try again after i leave it for a little while to do it's thing. in terms of resources my system is decent (16GB ram, quad core proc). it is a NAS system so i have quite the number o
  11. i wonder if is just me, but i can't get the gui to work on FreeBsd X64. I'm trying to get btsync to work on Nas4Free, and yes i can get 1.x btsync version to work just fine. what i can't get to work is 2x version, more precise the GUI doesn't seem to respond, my browser just waits for a response for a long time and nothing comes back. here's what i did: 1. download the latest version of btsync 2.0 from https://download-cdn.getsyncapp.com/stable/FreeBSD-x64/BitTorrent-Sync_freebsd_x64.tar.gz. I just re-execute all these steps today (March 7, 2015). 2. untar and start using this command l
  12. i wonder if is just me, but i can't get the gui to work on FreeBsd X64. I'm trying to get btsync to work on Nas4Free, and yes i can get 1.x btsync version to work just fine. what i can't get to work in 2x version, more precise the GUI doesn't seem to respond, my browser just waits for a response for a long time and nothing comes back. here's what i did: 1. download the latest version of btsync 2.0 from https://download-cdn.getsyncapp.com/stable/FreeBSD-x64/BitTorrent-Sync_freebsd_x64.tar.gz. just re-execute all these steps today (March 7, 2015). 2. untar and start using this command li