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  1. I installed the same version of resilio-sync on two fedora workstations following this page: https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178924-Installing-Sync-package-on-Linux When I connect these two computers on a standard directory, they are not connected to each others "no peer online -- 0 of 0". In fact I can see a warning message in the Web UI configuration page : "Connection settings overwritten by config". I don't know what this message means. My configuration file loaded by the rslsync is located in ~/.config/resilio-sync/config.json and its content looks like: { "storage_path" : "~/.config/resilio-sync/storage", "pid_file" : "~/.config/resilio-sync/sync.pid", "webui" : { "force_https": true, "listen" : "127.0.0.1:8888" } I checked the troubleshooting procedure: my connection allow TCP and UDP packets, .... and I can't find out what the problem could be. Note that I have been using Resilio since 3 years without any problem.
  2. I just installed Resillo on 2 Fed 25 servers and shared a folder on each. When I paste the share URL into the other one I get "Failed to open URI "btsync://link.getsync.com/?f=Res" ... as described https://forum.resilio.com/topic/31509-failed-to-open-uri-btsynclinkgetsynccom/#comment-90286. Following through those comments it turns out the workaround is to install the GUI from http://www.yeasoft.com/site/projects:btsync-deb:btsync-gui but there doesn't seem to be a Fedora version. What am I missing please, or is there another workaround? Thanks.
  3. Hi all, I am new to BT Sync and fedora. I have installed BT sync in fedora machine and able to get it to run and sync through the browser gui etc. However I have a hard time getting BT Sync to auto start when the machine starts. May I know how can i do it? I know there is a lot of tutorials on this but there are for different distro. How to get it run specifically for Fedora? Thanks.