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  1. Hello I've downloaded and extracted the 2.27 version from the website into my Downloads folder, but am having a problem installing it. I have the btsync app icon in the downloads folder, but when I try to run it with ./btsync to install it, I get the following error: alex@alex-ThinkPad-T61:~$ cd Downloadsalex@alex-ThinkPad-T61:~/Downloads$ ./btsyncbash: ./btsync: No such file or directory I'm something of a Linux beginner, but I don't understand where I'm going wrong, and my Googling hasn't helped me out. Double-clicking the icon itself doesn't do anything, and I can't get it to run via other programs. Thanks in advance chaps!
  2. So I am running bittorrent sync on my raspberry pi with raspbian and I am currently connecting to it via SSH. What I am having problem with is how to update bittorrent sync in the terminal. Does anyone know how to do that? Also is it possible to make it auto update?
  3. I'm running Linux Mint (desktop) and I don't know which version I have to download. Linux i386(glibc 2.3)1.2.82PowerPC1.2.82i3861.2.82 What is a PowerPC? I don't have problems running btsync on a terminal but I like a desktop version.