Mr Fethersmith

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  1. Thank you @jdrch that was a very fine explainer! That comment against seafile was unecessary though. It is a completely different thing and works very well. And having the possibility for a webdav access to your folders if you want to sync with apps on tablets, phones, etc. is a killer feature. Which I am missing here.
  2. Thank you @jdrch that was a very fine and helpful solution. I know it is not a backup, I would do this from my little server setup. (I already was doing this with my seafile setup with which I want to replace this). Okay good point about just using full disk encryption, gotta finally look into LUKS I guess. But even then, the disk is only en-or decrypted after mounting/unmounting, right? So a running system has decrypted its disk already and the files are thus accesible. It is not encrypt-on-write, is it? (Maybe that does not even exist, sorry for my newbieness)
  3. Hello there, I started using Resilio for my personal files. In order to make my files better availbale by distributing the load and making the system more fail safe, I wanted to set up "a few" (maybe just 2 or 3) raspberry pis each with a HDD at friends and family. And since I would place very personal files at peoples homes over which I don't have much control, I wondered if there is a way of installing a linux distro (or freebsd) that would encrypt files on write (even non-encrypted resilio folders). Because of course my sensitive files are in encrypted resilio folders, but other folders still contain files that COULD be sensitive in some context. And if my mom would carelessly through away a hdd, I would be ensured that nothing leaks. So my question is: Does someone have experience setting up resilio with a encrypt-on-write linux distro so that one can "deploy and forget" resilio instances?