Timothy

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  1. I forgot to restart it after changing the config.json paths. Just tried. I think I broke it...
  2. Yes, I installed the repository and installed the package from there via dnf (replaced yum in the most recent Fedora). config.json is there but no config.conf. I changed the paths in that file to the location of my old btsync paths. No luck. .SyncUser won't copy. Even root can't do it for some reason... I copied it's contents over to the new .SyncUser and it still looks the same. I granted rslsync access to my home directory, however it still doesn't seem to have access to the BitTorrent Sync directory in my home directory. I can't figure out why, I've tried everything I can think of. I would happily provide more details but I'm not quite sure what your looking for. Can you be more specific? I'm not exactly a linux superuser. Thanks again for your help.
  3. Thanks for the help but this didn't solve any of my problems. /etc/resilio-sync/config.conf doesn't exist. Copying the contents of .sync to /var/lib/resilio-sync doesn't seem to do anything. And resilio-sync still doesn't have permission to even access my home directory. What am I doing wrong? I was using the binary because there wasn't a package available when I started using btsync but I would prefer to use the package as the updates will be automatic.
  4. Hello, I am trying to migrate to rslsync from btsync on Fedora 24. Previously, I just ran btsync from my home folder but this time I installed rslsync from the package as described here: https://help.getsync.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178924 The problem is that this installs in a new location and cannot see any of my old synced folders. Also, this instance doesn't appear to even have access to my home directory. Is there an easy way to give it access and migrate my old shared folders over? Thanks!