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  1. Hi there! I am hoping someone can help me as I am a bit lost. I have setup Resilio Sync on Linux (Raspbian to be exact) but now I think I have done something wrong and it keeps trying to start Sync as a different user. I have about 7 folders synced with 15gb so I really don't want to start again. It all started when I began trying to get the service to run at boot. It was working fine prior to this point. I tried to edit the service file via the following sudo nano /lib/systemd/system/resilio-sync.service and changed the User & Group variables to pi. I also changed the WantedBy to I edited /usr/lib/systemd/user/resilio-sync.service to also have WantedBy to This was the last point I could see the folders when I checked by opening the gui. I tried a crontab by: sudo crontab -e And adding: @reboot rslsync I think I tried a different function in here to add it to the systemd as another way to try and get it to load on boot, but I can't get my terminal to recall it for some reason. I found a guide that said this may be an issue as I initially set it up under the rslsync user. I changed it to pi after install as I am syncing the files on a USB and rslsync did not have the correct permissions to access the media. So I ran the following: systemctl --user disable resilio-sync sudo systemctl disable resilio-sync systemctl --user enable resilio-sync I found a guide that said when running on headless to always force it to run as the current user to use - sudo loginctl enable-linger pi Now the service does start at boot (which I have checked by opening the gui directly after boot), but it doesn't show my folders - it loads into the setup box asking to set a username and password. Have I destroyed my setup or have I just made a faux par by making it load as a different user? Thanks in advance for the help, I am a bit stressed as I was getting this setup before I depart on a vacation.