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  1. Years ago I had early (unreleased) versions of btsync installed on my iomega ix2-200 StorCenter NAS. It worked, though I never figured out how to make it launch at startup time. Now I might want to try again with Resilio sync. It's a 10 year-old NAS, ARM (probably 32-bit), running (I believe) a version of debian called LifeLine 2.1. Apparently it lacks the apt-get program but does have dpkg. I can ssh with root access. From what I've been able to figure out, I probably want the armel version of Resilio sync. Any tips on making this work (especially in how to make it start at boot tim
  2. I've already reported that btsync doesn't survive rebooting the NAS: the executable disappears from the root directory, either because it's purged by the system (as "foreign" software?) or maybe the root directory is refreshed from a backup at boot time. Other than that, I thought it was working. But yesterday something happened that broke my Mac's "Connect to Server..." Finder menu command. I tried to connect (as usual) to smb://<NAS IP address>, and it rejected my password. First time that's ever happened. I went to try rebooting the NAS using its standard web interface (which I coul