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  1. I installed resilio in a Raspbarry Pi running raspbiam buster following this instructions. https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178924-Installing-Sync-package-on-Linux https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/204762449-Guide-to-Linux-and-Sync-peculiarities But whenever i try tu use a command with ./rslsync as the instruction said I get a 'there is no such thing as ./rslsync' error Help please! How do I runn the commands that use ./rslsync --something
  2. Hey guys, for some reason, I'm trying to start Sync in configuration mode (Win64), using this config: { "storage_path" : "./sync", "device_name": "my-device", "agree_to_EULA" : "yes", "check_for_updates" : false, "use_gui": true, "use_upnp" : true, "download_limit" : 0, "upload_limit" : 0, "rate_limit_local_peers": false, "lan_encrypt_data": false, "sync_max_time_diff": 172800, "peer_expiration_days": 3, "folder_defaults.use_relay": true, "folder_defaults.use_tracker": true, "folder_defaults.use_lan_broadcast": true, "sync_trash_ttl": 1, "send_statistics": false, "enable_journaling": false, ... This was working fine a while ago with BTsync 1.4 and 2.0. Now I am running into two weird problems: - Sync want's to create a new identity every time - but successfully creates database and other files in ./sync - If I activate the webui-listener, Sync always opens a webbrowser with the webif every time (which I really don't need), even if I enable the local gui The Sync.log says: [2017-07-29 02:12:10.055] Set new identity: blah blah blah [2017-07-29 02:12:10.060] Unable to add identity 'blah blah blah' to DB, DB is NULL [2017-07-29 02:12:10.060] WebUISession call callback 43, ListeningSyncEvents = 1 [2017-07-29 02:12:10.062] Sending broadcast ping for 3 shares [2017-07-29 02:12:10.062] Sending broadcast ping for 3 shares [2017-07-29 02:12:10.070] Master Folder Controller: disconnect master folder [2017-07-29 02:12:10.070] Master Folder Controller: no master folder [2017-07-29 02:12:10.070] Master Folder Controller: set secret [2017-07-29 02:12:10.071] assert failed PathVector.cpp:73 [2017-07-29 02:12:10.071] assert failed PathVector.cpp:73 [2017-07-29 02:12:10.071] MD[init]: Master Folder: create [2017-07-29 02:12:10.071] assert failed PathVector.cpp:73 [2017-07-29 02:12:10.071] MD[init]: Master Folder: failed to create 101 [2017-07-29 02:12:10.071] Master Folder Controller: cannot create master folder (error: 101) [2017-07-29 02:12:10.120] ZIP: Can't locate [version.json] in zip, error -100. [2017-07-29 02:12:10.784] Sending broadcast ping for 3 shares [2017-07-29 02:12:11.662] Sending broadcast ping for 3 shares And here the content of the ./sync -folder: 11702313193513589557.1501194522.journal 17022159861700389248.1501194591.journal 381988E12B2CD149F8DB58D8E0203CAE129E665B.2.db 381988E12B2CD149F8DB58D8E0203CAE129E665B.2.db-shm 381988E12B2CD149F8DB58D8E0203CAE129E665B.2.db-wal 5685992543831202687.1501276309.journal A47620673F788184E541310E49E904F1BCE0A57F.1.db A47620673F788184E541310E49E904F1BCE0A57F.1.db-shm A47620673F788184E541310E49E904F1BCE0A57F.1.db-wal BE96FD374E6F83B3CA79D5F572B7372618984D6D.3.db BE96FD374E6F83B3CA79D5F572B7372618984D6D.3.db-shm BE96FD374E6F83B3CA79D5F572B7372618984D6D.3.db-wal btsync.pid debug.txt FileDelayConfig history.dat history.dat.old http.port [ie] settings.dat settings.dat.old storage.db storage.db-shm storage.db-wal sync.dat sync.dat.old sync.log sync.pid Can someone help me with this time-killer?