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  1. Hello. I have problem with btsync. I have tested it last time today with Linux x64 1.3.94 version. It is starts, reports no error, but do not do any work, do not write anything into log. Also, it exits only on second Ctrl-C or SIGTERM. I turned on debug: ~ $ cat ~/.btsync/debug.txtFFFFBut the log file still do not appear. If I start it in foreground mode, I see this: ~/.btsync $ /opt/btsync/btsync --config /etc/btsync/config --nodaemon --log sync.logBy using this application, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms.http://www.bittorrent.com/legal/privacyhttp://www.bittorrent.com/legal/terms-
  2. I'm using gentoo, so i made an ebuild + init script for btsync. If someone wants to use it, it's on my overlay: http://git.btbn.de/gentoo-overlay.git/tree/net-p2p/btsync It has an init-script and conf.d file, so you can start btsync as system daemon on startup. The configuration file for the system daemon resides in /etc/btsync.conf You have to configure the user(most likely your normal system user) as which btsync is run in /etc/conf.d/btsync The only real important setting is the pidfile, as the init system relies on it to be created in the right place, so don't change the preset path.