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  1. I wanted to get Sync working on my Raspberry Pi, and used this guide to help me: I was able to get the web Gui to work so I could access the sync with Windows, but it wouldn't grant me access to any of the folders I wanted to sync. Using a different guide on this forum, I edited my config file to be this: { "listening_port" : 0, "storage_path" : "/home/pi/data/.syncsystem", "pid_file" : "/home/pi/data/.syncsystem/", "use_upnp" : true, "download_limit" : 0, "upload_limit" : 0, "delete_fold
  2. Hi folks, I was wondering if there is an official and recent guide (2016) to install Btsync on Raspberry Pi. From what I could gather, there are two ways: 1. Via official repo. Info source: This method installs fine for me, but web ui is not accessible sudo sh -c 'echo "deb btsync non-free" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/btsync.list' wget -qO - | sudo apt-key add - sudo apt-get update sudo ap
  3. I have been trying to run resilio-sync as a personal backup cloud for my phone for a few weeks, using a raspberry pi 2 and an external HDD. I've installed following the instructions here: and made sure I enabled automatic startup with: sudo systemctl enable resilio-sync no problems so far, until I try to acess the webgui and setup my folders in the HDD (permission error) So I edited the file in /etc/resilio-sync/config.json and added the line "directory_root" : "/pathtodrive", I
  4. Hi, I recently purchased Sync Pro from Resilio, but it seems to be having issues on my headless Raspberry Pi 3 backup server. My setup is as follows: Raspberry Pi 3 with Raspbian Jessie Lite Resilio Sync 2.4.1 for Linux ARM During the install process, I've created the following Sync configuration file: { "device_name": "Raspberry Pi Backup", "listening_port" : 0, "pid_file" : "/var/run/", "use_upnp" : true, "download_limit" : 0, "upload_limit" : 0, "webui": { "listen" : "", "login" : "admin",
  5. Hi, I've recently moved from Sync to Resilio on a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian. I had to restart the computer it's installed on and now when I go to the WebGui there aren't any of the settings or folders I had configured. This includes the licence file to upgrade to Pro. I followed the instructions at: and all of the folders being synced are owned by the same user. Is there anything I can do to refresh to the previously set settings or is there anything I have overlooked in the install to prevent this happening next tim
  6. Hello! I've tried to update from bittorrent sync to resilio sync on my Raspberry Pi today. When I try to install it (using the official instructions, it does not launch, providing the following error: pi@raspberrypi:~ $ /usr/bin/rslsync Illegal instruction I've tried both arch=armhf and default packages. Is it possible to launch the resilio sync on Raspberry Pi?
  7. I have a raspberry pi where I'm attempting to install btsync using the official deb package from here. I downloaded the deb using wget. Ran as sudo dpkg -i appears to install but the btsync service start silently fails. When I run 'service btsync status' I get 'btsync for USER pi: not running'. When I try and start it via command line with either 'service btsync start' or 'sudo service btsync start' it tries to start but silently fails. Status once again reveals 'btsync for USER pi: not running'. Any
  8. Hello it's me again. I sill have some issues (while it's been a while since I had to complain) edit : fixed with: dpkg-reconfigure btsync select run as : root/root I have a internet box whith NAS function. So I started d/l my 100GB music on this NAS, using btsync 1.3.93 on my laptop with ubuntu 14.04 x86-64 I downloaded some 30 GB before I received my raspberry pi, for the sole purpose of handling this task. I just installed raspbian on it, it is working very good. HOWEVER I installed btsync, using the repository available for my Pi, and after reindexing the files, it started downloading t
  9. Hello everyone. I got my Raspberry Pi today and I followed the following instructions followed on this website. The instructions were really easy to follow. But I ran into a few issues that I'd like to hear your opinion about. I would like to change the trash time. On windows and Mac OS it's easy to change from 30 days to 45 or 180 or whatever. How can I modify it? I ran into a storage problem. I used the following command lines to format the USB drive to test it out. df -h # find your drive