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  1. @gleep52 unfortunately, this is the only way to do this... did you get an error? what was wrong with it?
  2. @RobM Thank you! We're alive and kicking. Happy to hear that you like sync, stay tuned for new sync updates.
  3. @gleep52 try to move '~/Library/Application Support/Resilio Sync' from old mac to a new one.
  4. @Steerider Could you please go to %LOCALAPPDATA%\Temp and check for btsyncsvc_*.log files? Which version of Windows do you use? Do you use any antivirus? Could you please try to install service manually using the following command? cd "%APPDATA%\Resilio Sync" ; "Resilio Sync.exe" /svcinstall -a -u %username% %password%
  5. @edudroidfc login to the jail and go to "/usr/local/bin" and replace rslsync binary also I wrote a letter to the maintener of the Sync's FreeBSD port. hope he will include this build to the port.
  6. @asdf123123 please install this version it will fix the issue with kmduseritems, resourcefork and kmdfindercomment You can uncomment these lines after installation.
  7. @muchogrande please install the following build on all OSX systems
  8. @psychjohn Could you please upgrade Sync to the latest version and gather logs from several peers including Synology? Also please check /var/log/messages on Synology for 'oom-killer', 'oom_kill_process', 'resilio' and similar
  9. @edudroidfc Yes! Just install this build
  10. @Hans# @fink I think self signed SSL certificate will solve your issue.
  11. @nmkaufman
  12. @devinthesky try to setup file delay config for your files or you can disable notifications for sync app.
  13. @SFarbo When a file in a shared folder in Selective sync mode is created and then deleted/moved while Sync is paused/busy with another task/has no other peers online, it cannot be synced to the other peers. Local peer notices the presence of a new file and after deleting it creates a placeholder. Other peers become aware of existence of such a file later, hence the warning sign, but in reality it is a "ghost file" that no one has anymore. Clicking on the warning one can see the filenames. If the files don't exist anymore, you can press the Ignore All button to hide the warning. One can also disable this warning via power user preferences: If the files exist, one should be careful - may be the more up-to-date version actually exists on a certain peer which is offline at the moment. If you are certain that local version of files is the most up-to-date, touch them or move them out of a shared folder to some temporary location and then move them back to the shared folder.
  14. @Hans#