soundsbeard

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  1. thank you for the reply, Helen I'm new to linux and english is not my native language, so it was not clear to me that I can enable sync via sudo systemctl enable resilio-sync or systemctl --user enable resilio-sync and now I've disabled rslsync user at enabled the current user. its all fine now, thank you. please close the topic. have a nice day
  2. I was using resilio for a very long time, since first versions of btsync. now I have 2 PCs with win7 and ubuntu 16lts. I have noticed that all files sent from win7 PC have a lock icon on them, so I've used sudo chmod -R to change permissions for all the synced files. but every time I add smth to the sync folder using windows or edit an existing file, rslsync ubuntu user is writing it with locked permissions. there is also a similar thread here in the forum: so I guess I am not alone with this problem. did I set up something wrong?