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Hi, my BTSync installation on Linux Mint 14 basically stopped working. I suspect there is a problem with UPNP opening the listening port on the router. I noticed that this port changes everytime I restart the system (or BTSync), but I'd rather open one fixed port on the router. I tried editing the ~/user/.btsync.conf file but I noticed that everytime I restart BTsync, this file gets overwritten and the changes are lost. How can I fix this? Thanks
I'm trying to manually add shared folders to my local .btsync.conf file with btsync-user 1.1.82-2 on Ubuntu 13.04 (I prefer not to use the web GUI). After making the modifications and restarting btsync, however, I noticed that the modifications were overwritten (and the shared folders consequently not added). This apparently was because the btsync-starter script (which is invoked by /usr/bin/btsync start) unconditionally overwrites the local config file. Shouldn't the script check whether .btsync.conf is present before overwriting it?