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Hey Guys - A few months ago I went from a fairly complex FTP Server / Client configuration using scripts to synchronize things to BTSync and haven't looked back since. I currently use BTSync Pro on about 5 different platforms, but this question is about the Windows version. There is just one thing I have a question about, though. My Question Do any command line options exist for BTsync 2.2.x (Windows) which are geared towards application / sync control? I connect to my home server often which throughout the day synchronizes with a remote server. I'd love to be able to easily script something (via API or CLI) which would do one of the following: - Pause / Resume Synchronization overall or for specific folders - Set the maximum download / upload speed of the client - Be able to scan folders for files / folders with keywords and move those to top of sync queue When searching, I only found this article which shows command line options, but they are for the installer which doesn't help at all. If this capability is available now - via any method - please let me know. Otherwise, it would be an extremely powerful addition. If some exist for Linux, I'd like to know about them, too; but really need on Windows. Thanks!
So I am running bittorrent sync on my raspberry pi with raspbian and I am currently connecting to it via SSH. What I am having problem with is how to update bittorrent sync in the terminal. Does anyone know how to do that? Also is it possible to make it auto update?
Hello, what should I install to run BitTorrent Sync on Headless (command line only, no GUI) Debian (Wheezy)? I am a little bit confused from the download selections in the download page. I have personal home PC running debian and want to have there Sync. It must work on command line only. Is there some documentation how to control Sync from command line? Thanks. urza