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Hi. I just bought a Family Pro license, so a 5-pack of Home Pro licenses. I want to hand out the extra licenses to my siblings but I'm an enthusiast with a lot of devices ( 4 each tablets, PCs, phones, plus a NAS and a Win10 filerserver, so 14 total, and it might get worse). I'm wondering if one single Pro license suffices for such a ridiculously high number of devices, or if at some point I'll get asked to burn a second license. I couldn't find confirmation anywhere. Please advise ?
Good morning, I am trying to install Resilio Sync Home on Mac OS X 10.10.5 and it does not allow me to install it since it indicates that it is damaged and can not be opened I downloaded it with different browser and from another computer passing it to this but the problem persists Attached screenshot to see that error. A greeting.
What I like most about BT sync is how it transfers files in a series of much smaller bits, so that I can avoid the headaches of interrupted file transfers. I also like the security and the ability not to sync everything to all devices. Here're the devices I want to incorporate: an NAS to hold everything; my laptop, my tablet, my phone, and the same for my wife and daughter. Each of us has content we would share with everyone else -- video, audio, and ebooks. And content we would consider private. And I know for myself at least that I would keep a lot of the "shared" and private content only on
I know nothing about linux but, against the odds, I have installed BTSync on my Seagate GoFlex Home NAS and it works as it should. However, I would like it to start on reboot and there seems to be conflicting advice across the web about starting programs in linux and I don't have the knowledge to sort the sheep from the goats. I would be grateful for any advice from anyone who knows how a GoFlex Home operates or can offer an idiot-proof generic suggestion. Cheers!