raidoh

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  1. It's been a while since I installed Sync on my linux NAS. Have you created a btsync user and btsync group and given them rwx permission to that folder you're trying to share?
  2. I am trying to share a Resilio Business Seat with a Windows7 PC running Sync as a Service. On my own Win7 computer, I'm managing the Business Licenses and provide the link to the other computer, but since it's a Service accessed through the WebUI, it can't open the btsync:// file. I've reinstalled Sync without the Service, and it picks up the License easily. So, I then reinstalled the Service and it appears to be a separate application because it still says it's for Personal Use. I'd like to get this to work because I'd like to be able to sync files even when I'm not specifically logged into the machine. Other people will use it. How can I get the WebUI to properly share the Seat? Thanks.
  3. Edit: Moved to different subforum. Sorry! Here's the link to the new post. I am trying to share a Resilio Business Seat with a Windows7 PC running Sync as a Service. On my own Win7 computer, I'm managing the Business Licenses and provide the link to the other computer, but since it's a Service accessed through the WebUI, it can't open the btsync:// file. I've reinstalled Sync without the Service, and it picks up the License easily. So, I then reinstalled the Service and it appears to be a separate application because it still says it's for Personal Use. I'd like to get this to work because I'd like to be able to sync files even when I'm not specifically logged into the machine. Other people will use it. How can I get the WebUI to properly share the Seat? Thanks.
  4. I see this is an old thread, but I'm having the same problem with the BT Sync Plugin (2.0.124) on FreeNAS (9.3) and wondered if there was any new information. I have several CIFS users accessing the files on the server but not all users have access to all datasets/directories, based on group permissions. If the application is simply working according to a umask set in the plugin jail for the btsync user, can you suggest how I can modify/override that (and the syntax) to 0007 (rwx:rwx:---)? I've tried adding umask="0007" and umask=0007 to /etc/rc.conf without success, but perhaps it should be in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/btsync? ====== additional background details====== On the FreeNAS, I've setup the users, groups, and datasets, including btsync(UID817):btsync(GID817). On the BTSync plugin jail, I also created btsync (UID817):btsync(GID817), as well as all of the groups with access to the datasets using the same GIDs for each one and btsync is a member of each group. In the Jail's /etc/rc.conf, I set btsync_user="btsync" and btsync_group="btsync" . The datasets are shared with the Jail using "Add Storage". As with the OP, everything seems to work, except files added through the BT Sync application are 755 (dirs) or 644 (files) when they would be 770 or 660 if added through the CIFS interface. One thing that does seem to work is that each file and directory has the correct GID (name and numerical ID) I setup for the datasets using find . -type d -exec chmod g+s {} \; from the root of the dataset (also with -type f for files), just not the correct permissions. Thanks.
  5. I've installed BT Sync 2.0.124 using the FreeNAS plugin. I can sync a directory using the manual link between the webgui and my Win7 desktop (2.0.128) on the local LAN, but only if I don't require Peer Approval. When requiring Peer Approval, it just continues to say Pending Approval on the desktop client and no notification comes up on the FreeNAS webgui to approve. I do want this service since I also sync with users outside the LAN and connect via email. Is there any documentation of how the Approval process works at a lower level so I can troubleshoot? It seems the tracking and listening ports are working properly since the one directory is sync'ing fine, but the Approval process doesn't seem to follow the same guidelines. Thanks. ========================================== Edited to add: Nevermind. I edited /etc/group in the btsync jail and added btsync to the www group. Restarted the jail and the approval request showed up immediately. The FreeNAS plugin has not been the easiest to navigate. www:*:80:btsync