doublelucky

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  1. @RomanZ Yes that's right. As many Synology 'tutorials' advise me (even Synology writes it in their How_to_add_extra_security_to_your_Synology_NAS (point 2), page) the first thing I do at a new Synology is create a new admin and disable the default admin. This never caused any troubles until the new DSM update. When I enable the admin, the BitTorrent app starts normally, if not it wont start.
  2. @RomanZ Please check the attachment, here you can see what happens. When the machine starts the status of the app is Stopped. I can't start it until I enable the admin account again. In DSM 5.2 (and before) I never had this issue, the app just started automatically after startup and the admin account was always disabled. 19-4-2016 12-58-54.mp4 idk of the attachments is working, if not: http://nl.tinypic.com/r/2wm1jsl/9
  3. @RomanZ When I got my Syno I created a new admin and disabled the default user called 'admin'. I installed the app with the new user and this always worked normally, until I installed DSM 6 last week. I reinstalled it, replaced the btsync file as you write in your manual but it doesn't started automatically. I tried your /usr/local/bittorrentsync/bin/btsync --config /usr/local/bittorrentsync/var/sync.conf with that new admin and that starts the service, but after a reboot I have to do it again. But I did what joeyvandijk writes, I login with my new admin, enabled the default admin
  4. @joeyvandijk This works for me! Thanks a lot! I tried a lot but the app won't start automatically after a reboot. @RomanZ I got the following message, although I had root access. $ sudo ./start-stop-status start Password: Starting BitTorrent Sync ... Your account has expired; please contact your system administrator su: Permission denied I also tried /usr/local/bittorrentsync/bin/btsync --config /usr/local/bittorrentsync/var/sync.conf and this does start btsync, but after a reboot I have to start it manually again. But knowing I can start the service with th