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  1. Hi there. I have been a resilio sync user for a while and I have synced a lot of data. I have 4 devices which I keep synced, my phone, work laptop, another laptop and a raspberry pi. The folder on raspberry pi is set to selective sync on each of the devices. Now for some reason, after syncing a 7 or 10 gb file to my pi, sync has stopped detecting my pi altogether. On my pcs, even if on the internet (not lan), it will not show up. But strangely enoiugh, on my phone the pi shows up (not on lan). So I am not sure what caused this. There was no update on either of my devices to cause this issue. It suddenly just stopped working. If you can help me it would be great, thanks.
  2. Hello! I've been running Resilio Sync for a while and am quite happy with it. I use a raspberry pi as my "server node". Today, I encountered the issue that I was out of disk space and discovered that the .config folder is a whopping 8.9GB large. I would either need a way to identify files that can safely be deleted from that folder, or a way to move the folder to the usb drive I use to store the sync folders. Can someone help me out?
  3. I wanted to get Sync working on my Raspberry Pi, and used this guide to help me: https://www.resilio.com/blog/sync-wd-raspberry-pi I was able to get the web Gui to work so I could access the sync with Windows, but it wouldn't grant me access to any of the folders I wanted to sync. Using a different guide on this forum, I edited my config file to be this: { "listening_port" : 0, "storage_path" : "/home/pi/data/.syncsystem", "pid_file" : "/home/pi/data/.syncsystem/btsync.pid", "use_upnp" : true, "download_limit" : 0, "upload_limit" : 0, "delete_folder_from_disk" : true, "folder_defaults.delete_to_trash" : true, "webui" : { "directory_root" : [ "/home/pi/share", "shares" ] "listen" : "0.0.0.0:8888", }, "vendor" : "PiDrive", "display_new_version": false } After a reload, the web gui was gone, and this showed up instead: I reinstalled the btsync service, deleted it (and installed again), rebooted several times, and tried to play around with the config, and I could never get back to the web gui that I had originally. It seems not even the Raspberry Pi itself can reach it, and I wonder if it's even on. I'm still fairly new to the Pi, if anybody have any suggestions to solve this, let me know.
  4. Hey Firstly, please pass on my thanks to your engineers, looks like Rsilio sync runs really efficiently on OSMC running on my Pi. Good job and horray, Nice not to be on an obscure 2.0.93 version to get low CPU usage. My question is this....where is the .conf file which is generated when i first install Sync, and can i edit it carte blanche? I figure there must be a config file somewhere I can tweak. I've reviewed https://help.getsync.com/hc/en-us/articles/206664690-Sync-Storage-folder which suggests in could be in either: /var/lib/resilio-sync if launched as default rslsync user (i think this the default, and how mine almost certainly appears to be running, but i can't find config file) /home/username/.config/resilio-sync/storage if launched as current user. (not the default when doing basic sudo apt-get install resilio-sync install and run) If i want to create a custom config do i need to download one as per instructions https://help.getsync.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178884-Running-Sync-in-configuration-mode, downloading sample config, then editing and storing in the /home path above? If the answer is yes, how do i then modify sync to run automatically as user rather than rslsync like it appears to with default 'out of the box config'? Is there another 'master' config I edit to point to the particular config i wish to load at startup? Sorry for the N00b questions. Cheers, Geoff.
  5. I'm trying to install BTsync on on a Raspberry Pi B+ (Jessie), I followed the instructions on the blog and added the offical linux packages, it installed OK and I ran: sudo service btsync start Then checking status seemed to suggest that everything was working OK, however I can't access the gui from another machine on the network to complete setup I'm using: 192.168.1.100:8888/gui (I've confirmed the pi IP is correct with ifconfig). It seems I either need to complete an extra step of set up somehow?
  6. A lot of people on this forum have a Raspberry Pi using BitTorrent Sync. Over the last couple weeks, since the original blog post of Sync + WD + Raspberry Pi, I have been working on a script for everybody to use to install, update, backup and remove BitTorrent Sync on their Raspberry Pi easily without worrying how to actually do that. And now I am ready to let you guys know about it. It does exactly what you would think it does: Install, update, backup and remove an installation of BitTorrent Sync using that script. Not more, not less. You can check it out on my GitHub page here: Raspberry Pi + Sync Script All the instructions and what to do is described there. Hope this will help people that are just starting to use BitTorrent Sync on their Raspberry Pi's.
  7. I have a raspberry pi where I'm attempting to install btsync using the official deb package from here. I downloaded the deb using wget. Ran as sudo dpkg -i http://syncapp.bittorrent.com/2.2.2/bittorrent-sync-pi-server_2.2.2_armhf.debPackage appears to install but the btsync service start silently fails. When I run 'service btsync status' I get 'btsync for USER pi: not running'. When I try and start it via command line with either 'service btsync start' or 'sudo service btsync start' it tries to start but silently fails. Status once again reveals 'btsync for USER pi: not running'. Any ideas of what could be going wrong here?
  8. Hi there, I'm runnting btsync on a Raspberry pi. When I run the command ls -l concerning a file created by btsync I recive the following -rw-r--r-- 1 root root this means user "root" is allowed to read/write, the group "root" can read and all other users can read the file as well. However, I want to gain write access by a different user, which is not in the group "root". The ouput of the command ls -l should then be -rw-rw--rw-- Can someone show me a way to do so?
  9. Greetings, I appologize if this has been asked before; I didn't find anything. I am trying to find specific documentation on the settings generated by the btsync --dump-sample-configcommand in linux. I want to understanding these various settings out of curiousity, and I am also trying to make sure of something else: <stupid questions> How can I be sure btsync is set up properly to transfer using the local network directly when possible instead of over the internet? (I still want it to transfer over the internet, just the local network should take priorety.) Also, will this local transfer still work when one device(raspberry pi) is hooked up via ethernet and the other device(laptop) is hooked up via wifi throught the same router, or will it go through the internet? </stupid questions> If someone can point me towards documentation or answer my stupid questions, I will be grateful. Thank you!
  10. hi all, I've set up BitTorrent Sync on two raspberry pi's -- I created a shared folder on pi1, the folder has some files in, normal sorts of stuff, text files, png, wav, etc. But the interface is just showing 0 B in 0 files. I put the key into a new shared folder on pi2 and nothing happens. I tried editing some of the files on pi1 to see if it would 'force' btsync to reindex, no luck. The strange thing is, I put the same key into a new shared folder on my mac and drop an image into the empty folder and it propagates the file to the pis. Does anyone know what could be causing this? Is there some sort of special action I need to run to get the existing files to be indexed? Thanks.