irvinlim

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  1. Yep, exactly the same. Both systems have the exact same folder structure as I mentioned earlier. They are on NTFS. I believe the indexes are separate for each OS, so when a file is synced over from another computer when booted in Ubuntu, but since the file is now modified (updated) and when you boot into the other OS, BTSync Windows will reindex the file as a newer copy (not sure?) I'm not sure how BTSync handles file conflicts.
  2. I'd like to add another scenario for the BTSync team to take a look at: I run two machines, both dual-booting Ubuntu and Windows 7, and installed BTSync 2.0 without a hitch on all four OSes, where the directories are referenced at the exact same locations (eg. E:\Data in Win7 and /media/Data in Linux). However, files can get overwritten if the following series of events are in order: Initially, all files have been synced with all 4 OSes. 1) Files are modified on Machine A and is synced with Machine B on Ubuntu, 2) Machine B switches off. 3) Machine A continues modifying files. 4) Mach