TheMarkJC

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  1. Easy - go into Options > Preferences > Advanced > More Options and set the Peer Expiration Days to 1 - then after a day all old devices will disappear.
  2. I'm trying to do the same, but having never used a linux command line before its not going well (I'm trying to access the BitTorrent GUI on my home QNAP NAS from my office). Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong? I'm on the local network at the moment, I've enabled telnet in the NAS WebUI, then opened a terminal window, connected by typing "telnet 192.168.1.10 13131", and put in my user name and password. All good so far... I then tried just pasting the line ./btsync --webui.listen 0.0.0.0:14859 and clicked enter (when i click the link in the QNAP Dashboard for BitTorrent Sync it tries to connect on port 14859 so I assume that's the one I should use? other places have mentioned 8888?) But I just get the error: -sh: ./btsync: No such file or directory What am I doing wrong? on a related topic, if I do get this working will the settings stay after a restart or will I have to do this every time? And why am I having to do this in the first place? It seems a bit odd that BitTorrent Sync isnt already configured for remote access through the myqnapcloud.com service, after all it is designed for syncing to remote locations. Any help would be massively appreciated!