sisyphos

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  1. Thank you Moe! Ok, so macOS seems to be easy. But how? Before I start trying and guessing around would like to know what I'm doing. But the help I found for Linux seems for me to be focussed for a one user scenario only (see here). E.G.: "Enable sync service as current user: edit file /usr/lib/systemd/user/resilio-sync.service and change "WantedBy=multi-user.target" to "WantedBy=default.target". Save." But what to do, if do not want to start the service for the current user only? Is it enough not change the WantedBy-directive? It is not described. Or do I hav
  2. Hi, I'm currently using a bunch of tools to exchange data between Linux and macOS computers as well as Android and iOS devices. I'd like to reduce that to one solution. I also prefer an automatic synchronization, because this is the only way I can get my girlfriend to synchronize your data with my backup server. It is also important to me that we continue to separate our data, except for projects we work on together. As far as I know, you can assign rights with Resilio, but I don't find anything about anything like Reslio user accounts (well such things are about terminology, so mayb
  3. I want to try Resilio, because it seems to be the only solution which supports Linux, IOS, and Androiod as well. Unfortunatly my first try on Linux fails. I'd like to install Resilio on a Ubuntu Xenial computer according to this guide: https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178924 Here is the output of my sources file for resilio: deb http://linux-packages.resilio.com/resilio-sync/deb resilio-sync non-f The Resilio key is in my list: pub 2048R/3F171DE2 2017-12-22 uid Resilio, Inc. <support@getsync.com> apt update is not complaining: