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  1. Hi! I do not have alot of knowledge under Linux but here's my question. I have a raspberry PI 2 B, running raspbian. I installed BTSync from this how to: http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2016/02/howto-install-bittorrent-sync-from-its-official-repository/ It works fine, newer version than the one I installed before (with advanced options now yeah!). My issue is that I can only control the web gui locally, I can't get on the IP address:8888/gui to do a remote control. How to? thanks
  2. Wouldn't it be nice to allow remote update of Sync to latest version? Sometimes we share folders with people who don't have enough knowledge to check each and every way to update their numerous software on their computer but need to cooperate with theirs colleagues by sharing files. Some other software (e.g. Teamviewer) allows to get control of their computer to do this update/upgrade but it is a bit cumbersome. The same software (Teamviewer) allows for its part to be updated on a remote computer, straight from the local computer. Couldn't it be that Sync do the same?
  3. Dear people of the BitTorrent realm, I have a question. I am working on a piece of music production software (in Max). It uses Sync to grab mp3 and wave files from a remote server/peer and load them into memory for further use. Basically what it does is take the .bts file and open it, Sync starts downloading and once the mp3 file appears, the patch will automatically take that file and load it into memory. (Meanwhile, sneaky sneaky in the background, it will do the same thing for a lossless .wav copy of the track and replace the mp3 with it once it has finished syncing) Now for my problem