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  1. Indeed I'm facing the same problem.... I'm in testing mode of expanding torrent sync among all our branches and they buy the proper license. Unfortunately all the devices are running OSX, RASPBIAN, DEBIAN LINUX, etc. Wherever we use RASPBIAN (very small office, just to update a few folders), every time a new version is release I have to seat down, ssh to these oversea office, shutdown resilio sync, apt-get update, replace the binary with the correct one and then restart resilio. This morning I have update one very long time sleeping unit here in my office. Run apt-get updat
  2. This is the screenshot of the download for the Linux package for Raspberry PI2 (without adding ARM64 architecture): I skipped this passage : so it should be downloading the ARM 2.5.6-1 without 'HF' Why is still downloading the ARMHF version ?
  3. Helen first of all : thanks ! I solved adding the string instead to proceed with Qscan procedure. When I try to add folders via Qscan, the folders remain in perpetual NO PEERS (no folders is created inside the directory where they suppose to be stored : /storage/emulated/0/Download/Sync) When I add the folders via (string) (copy and paste), everything goes smooth (add folders properly inside the storage, peers immediate, etc.) It was not a matter of IP or PORT blocked as inside the same home wifi network (1 and same Wifi AP for all devices), a NAS Synology was working fi
  4. I just tried one thing, after reading all the post about Raspberry. I downloaded the binary ARM from here : https://download-cdn.resilio.com/stable/linux-arm/resilio-sync_arm.tar.gz Untar, replace the original rslsync in /usr/bin with this one extracted from the archive. Magic ! Everything is running perfectly now I have 2 question: Please note that I made a test #4 which is the same procedure you recommend here (https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178924-Installing-Sync-package-on-Linux?mobile_site=true) but sleeping away the ARM64 paragraph and I notice that, it
  5. Hi Helen first of all thanks. I have an Android Phone (BV8000PRO) with Android 7.0 I installed Resilio Sync two months ago (don't remember the version) and it went smooth since then. I upgraded to latest version. After that it can't find any folders previously add. I then decided to remove the folders and try to add again but goes into "no peers available" although in wifi at home, there was another 2 devices with Resilio Sync sharing. It was working one hour before , before I did the upgrade. Okay I deinstall Sync and install again. What a disaster. When it start he
  6. Hi Guys sorry if I de-dust again this discussion. I'm facing the same or almost similar problem. This morning i dedicate a few hours in trying to figure out what is happening. I have 2 raspberry PI : 1x Mod. 2 and 1x Mod. 3 I have 1 single Micro SD card and latest downloaded image of Jessie Raspbian lite (2017-07-05-raspbian-jessie-lite.img) Test #1. Burned the MicroSD with Jessie-Lite, put into P3, startup, follow instructions as per here : https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178924-Installing-Sync-package-on-Linux?mobile_site=true Resilio Syn
  7. Hi. can you be more clear on how you did solve it ? I have an Android phone (7.0) and it was working everything fine till I updated Resilio Sync. Fed up I have uninstalled, re-installed 100 times but hang exactly as you described. I still have the same problem after FACTORY RESET: I was fed up and reset my phone to factory default. I installed RESYLIO sync from scratch with formatted SD card, etc (totally clean) and still got the same problem. Can you help me ?
  8. Something awful happening. (1) New fresh RASPBIAN JESSIE install. Just burned a new SD card. (2) Raspberry boot up -> sudo rasp-config as usual. (3) Reboot (4) sudo apt-get update (5) sudo apr-get upgrade to have the latest packaged (6) ...then followed your 4 steps installation as above. First 3 okay. But when I do "sudo apt-get install btsycn".... sudo apt-get install btsync Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done The following NEW packages will be installed: btsync 0 upgrad
  9. Helen yes I did that. I have installed successfully following this guide but something look awful when it run (not always sinking) etc: http://www.klaverstyn.com.au/david/wiki/index.php?title=Installing_Bittorrent_Sync_(btSync)_on_the_Raspberry_Pi Okay let me restart afresh again and I will come back if stuck again. Thanks a lot again. Paolo
  10. Good Morning ! I'm also looking for your help. I'm not a Sysadmin but I think I can move around with command line, etc. I have couple of raspberry PI 2 which I will like to use as BTSYNC cloud. Till today I have installed few services, but new BTSYNC installation way is driving me nuts. If I follow the method #1 (via official repo), everything seems okay until next reboot when the BTSYNC service won't restart. Is there somebody can tell me what he has done to make it running successfully ? I mean apart the instructions stated here : http://blog.bittorrent.com
  11. thanks a lot. I have add the following source lists as repository : deb http://debian.yeasoft.net/btsync wheezy main contrib non-free deb-src http://debian.yeasoft.net/btsync wheezy main contrib non-free If you can recommend other source, more updated, I will appreciate it. Thanks P.
  12. Good morning everyone. Thanks for reading this post. I'm trying BTsync on raspberry PI with raspbian Jessie. May I know how to DISABLE the PRO 30days trial license ? I don't want anything to do with PRO for the moment. I just want to start a plain FREE version and later on, maybe, move to PRO. Can somebody teach me how to disable the PRO at the initial page or to make the license expired ? Thanks in avance. P.
  13. Hi everybody. I'm new here. I have a question which is bothering myself quite a lot. I own a Synology DS214 which is running perfectly since almost 2 years. It's working as NAS (Cloudstation) serving 5 computers and 1 laptop that travel around the world which get synced thanks to Quickconnect service even with slow internet connection. I love BTsync but I'm wondering (this is my question) why owners of Synology (or other NAS system) prefer to use BTsync instead of its native system (in my case Cloudstation). I'm currently testing BTsync on my Raspberry + USB128GB pen drive in office. L