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  1. I installed resilio in a Raspbarry Pi running raspbiam buster following this instructions. https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178924-Installing-Sync-package-on-Linux https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/204762449-Guide-to-Linux-and-Sync-peculiarities But whenever i try tu use a command with ./rslsync as the instruction said I get a 'there is no such thing as ./rslsync' error Help please! How do I runn the commands that use ./rslsync --something
  2. Hello! I have a problem and need your help. - I installed Resilio Sync on Raspberry Pi 3, set it to boot on start - added two external HDDs with exFAT and NTFS file systems - added tools to work with file systems and change config to mount external drives on boot. And all were good for day or so. Now I have no sync and have regular messages "file is locked by another application" for every file sync tries to read/write. - I removed folder from sync, deleted .sync folder, reboot, add folder again and it works for hour or two. Then it appear again, files locked, on b
  3. Hey Sync Team! I have been using Resilio Sync on my Raspberry Pi for quite a long time now. Everything worked fine until I decided to synchronise my photo storage (roughly 60 GB). Resilio Sync is indexing since 3 days (and nights) straight and there is no end in sight. It is also using 70% of the CPU available on my PI. My two other folders still sync without any problems (they are only 5 GB each), only the big one seems to be stuck at the indexing progress (even though everything was transferred just fine). I hope you can help me! Sincerly Alexander.