Abe_stew

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  1. Same issue [22/12/2017]. Can't even get round it using --allow-unauthenticated. Until resilio-sync update the key is there anyway round this in the meantime?
  2. *Bump* Still can't find a solution to this. Tired changing ownership of files and file permissions but still no luck. Any ideas of even what else I could try?
  3. I have had btsync running fine of a raspberry pi for a few weeks, but it has suddenly decided to stop working after last restart. I am receiving the following error: "Autostarting btsync instance 'debconf-default:/etc/init.d/btsync: 257: /etc/init.d/btsync: /usr/lib/btsync/btsync-daemon: not found "[FAIL] Failed to start btsync instance debconf-default - please check the configuration file /etc/btsync/debconf-default.conf ... failed!" I have no idea what is causing the issue as btsync-daemon is present in the correct folder. I have reinstalled, uninstalled, dkpg-reconfigured, etc, etc but still receiving the same error again and again. Any ideas of what the problem could be? Cheers.
  4. Update - .journal files are not safe to delete. I went ahead and deleted the .journal files and now on starting btsync asks me to set everything up again and I am unable to link the PC to my identity as its apparently already linked. Any alternatives for linking this device since, as far as I can see, I can't unlink a device from another device and I can't access this device because it's apparently already linked!?
  5. Rather noob question but where is the PM button on these forums? Won't be back into the office until Monday but happy to send across my journal files.
  6. Thanks for the reply. However, I am using a Windows PC at work which is the one that has the issue with all the journal files - does your post also apply to Windows or is it something else creating the files? Additionally, if so and I don't have access on work PC to turn it off is it safe to just delete the journal files?
  7. I am currently using bittorrent sync at my office which has an annoyingly low 'roaming profile' limitation. Since using bittorret sync I have been constantly getting pop up notifications warning me I am over my roaming profile allocation. After doing a bit of searching in "username/AppData/Roaming" I found that the culprit was the BitTorrent Sync folder at an impressive 2.7GB. The vast majority of the files in the folder are long number strings followed by .journal . Is there an option somewhere to move BitTorrent Sync appdata folder elsewhere, or is it safe to clear out some of these files to free up more room? Cheers.
  8. Has anyone had any luck installing bittorrent sync onto Western Digital EX2? Was hopefully with the new bin available to download that the previous issues were fixed (for me that was the web UI freezing after 30 or so minutes and the whole program to stop working after couple of hours) but so far it seems even worse than before - as soon as I hit configure I am being meet with a "website is unavailable" error message. Anyone got any solutions for this?