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  1. I have resilio sync on freenas. Today I received an error message "can't sync because the file system doesn't support writing large files"? How can I fix it? Thanks
  2. ./rslsync: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory I have never been able to get Resilio to work on Fedora 30, I am running Fedora 29 in all PCs since my operation depends on Resilio.
  3. I have a 3TB share that is fully sync'd between three devices. Any time I look at Resilio, I notice that it's pushing a 300kbps stream of "updates." The problem is, nothing in that directory has changed in months. Why is this happening?
  4. Hello: I am new to the community and I wanted to inform you of this error that is appearing when I want to install Resilio-sync in Ubuntu 19.04: --- console--- Active: activating (auto-restart) (Result: timeout) since Mon 2019-04-22 22:49:33 -03; 4ms ago dpkg: error when processing the package resilio-sync (--configure): The thread installed resilio-sync script post-installation returned the error exit code 1 Errors were found when processing: resilio-sync E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
  5. I have a shared folder that is synced between 2 of "my" devices and one other device. The main device (where all the files are) is a QNAP NAS (V 2.5.9 Build 1088). The folder there is set as read-only to make sure that other devices don't overwrite files on the NAS. The other devices are all set to "selective sync". Since some time, files and folders added to the NAS are not visible in the remote devices. Disconnecting and reconnecting them did not help. Restarting the remote device did not help either. The "history" menu on the NAS does not show that files have been added as well. Restarting the NAS did not help either. There are no errors on the history either. As far as I can tell, all other shared folders work perfectly. So how do I fix this? I find it highly concerning that I need to find out by accident that files are not being synced. There is no error, warning or similar. Is there another logfile on the NAS that I contains more information than the History view in the web menu? What can I do to fix this except for removing the folder on all devices and adding it again?
  6. Hello, I have a problem on one of my Sync clients: It won't see other devices in "my devices" screen, and other devices don't display this client either. Worse, any added folder from other clients won't show, and any added folder in this client won't appear on others. Manually adding folder via key works. Apart from this, syncronization works well in this client as in others, for existing shared folders. This client is under windows 10 up to date, firewall has been disabled to try troubleshooting to no avail. Other clients don't have this problem between them. i've tried waiting for >24h but time didn't solve the problem. My sync runs on several platforms (Windows 10, Windows server 2010, Synology, Android). All versions are latest 2.5.x except on my NAS running DSM 5.2, for which only 2.4.4 is available. Any help appreciated, thanks in advance.
  7. I know I can share folders using the GUI by creating a sharing link and send it to another client. Opening this link in the other client will add the folder. This works fine. But I have problems when trying to add a folder in Linux when not using the web ui. In the config file (i.e. my-shares.conf), each shared folder in the shared_folders section requires a field called secret. Where can I find this value? Is it one of the five parameters (sz, s, i, p, e) in the sharing link that is generated in the GUI clients? Can I get it from the .sync directory containing the settings? I tried adding the 32 character value I found there, but just got an error saying it was an illegal value, and it does not resemble the 21 character value found in the user.conf sample config I found ("bGTbrwreXPW4XxHEmTKnX"). -- SOLUTION: Press the triple vertical dots on the share, then Preferences in the dialog that comes up, then press "View key" at the bottom of the preferences window.
  8. Hi! Is there any way to disable WebUI auth in BTSync? I want to place webui behind proxy web app with own auth mechanism. Here is my /etc/default/btsync # This is the configuration file for /etc/init.d/btsync# Start only these btsync instances automatically via# init script.# Allowed values are "all", "none" or space separated list of# names of the instances. If empty, "all" is assumed.## The instance name refers to the btsync configuration file name.# i.e. "general" would be /etc/btsync/general.confAUTOSTART="media"# Optional arguments to btsync's command line. Be careful!# You should only add thngs here if you know EXACTLY what# you are doing!DAEMON_ARGS=""and my /etc/btsync/media.conf // DAEMON_UID=media// DAEMON_GID=media// DAEMON_UMASK=0002{ "device_name": "RaspberryPi-Ninja", "storage_path" : "/media/NinjaStorage/BTSync/.btsync", "listening_port" : 0, "check_for_updates" : false, "use_upnp" : false, "download_limit" : 0, "upload_limit" : 0, "disk_low_priority" : true, "lan_encrypt_data" : false, "lan_use_tcp" : false, "rate_limit_local_peers" : false, "folder_rescan_interval" : 600, "webui" : { "listen" : "" }}…but all the browsers trying to ask for login and password.