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It would be great if you make MIPS architecture build. There are a lot of devices with this processor architecture. I use legendary asus wl-500gpv1 with Broadcom BCM4704. My router is always online so I could sync my work and home computers with it. Thank you for your great app!
Hi I've recently become one of the beta testers for syncapp. In the invitation mail I've seen support for ARM and PowerPC. I think MIPS is missing in that list, lots of routers with usb ports have MIPS cpu's with the capability to run lots of things. For example, my own router an asus rt-n16 runs a full php website with mysql, samba server, ftp and transmission torrent client. Since I have a 4TB harddisk hooked up I'd love to sync files to my router as well. In fact it has been my biggest issue ever to sync files properly to all my pc's and have a backup on my router. Is there a possibility for MIPS support in the future? I'm willing to help with compiling issues if required. Also, I do like syncapp so far, it's fantastic.
Hi, I have a WiFi router that runs OpenWRT and does not have a MIPS CPU but rather a Freescale PPC QorIQ CPU. So I tried the PPC QorIQ version of BTSync but got: ./btsync: No such file or directoryI figured it might be because OpenWRT uses uClibc instead of glibc. I can build my own OpenWRT with eglibc (notice the "e"!). But it takes time and I want to ask for advice before trying and wasting time. My question is: Is uClibc really the problem? If yes, does BTSync work with eglibc or is glibc really needed? Other remarks? Thanks!