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  1. Hi, Is there a way to synchronize (up & down) a folder on a shared web host server ? I can't install any exe on server side . I would like users with an identified resilio sync key , share a web public site on their own computer with resilio sync home, then they don't have to use FTP to upload or download documents, plus they can get files uploaded from the server side. I found a freeware to sync a local folder with the website with FTP.... but it's a bit tricky. Any idea ? w°w
  2. Right now I can access my synchronized files from all my devices. However, I would like to be able to access them from anywhere. More precisely I would like to be able to access them from a Web interface. I installed Plex on my server and I can access my medias from a URL that looks like: http://my-public-static-IP-address:portnumber If Plex managed to have a Web app that accesses the file system, then Resilio can surely do it by having a dedicated port as well. This is probably my main problem as I moved from Dropbox, OneDrive and co. that all have web access
  3. Web interface over Internet

    Hi! Might be a stupid question, but I want to managed my RPI (which is external site) via Internet. I know how to open a port it's not that the problem. My question is: enough safe to open 8888 to Resilio Sync over Web? Thanks
  4. Hi. Today I started getting errors in web interface (linux version, last from your deb repo): Your system was unable to load BitTorrent Sync properly. For information on how to fix this issue, please see the Sync Knowledge Base. Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:48.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/48.0 Reload I used this version of btsync and browser from they last update. On iPhone Safari - same; on Google Chrome - same. Thank you!
  5. Hi, I use an evaluation API key for building an application around the sync API. Till few days ago everything worked well and I was able to call the APIs successfully. Now when I start the Sync on one of my machines with a config file (please see below), I can not open http://127.0.0.1:888, it just shows "Invalid request". I get the same response on all API calls on that machine. This behaviour is the same across browsers: Chrome/Safari/Firefox. Interestingly, on other development machines everything works well and the APIs work as expected. So the evaluation key seems to be valid (it should still be valid for another 3 month). We run: Mac OS 10.11.3 Sync 2.3.1 (259) Any idea what could be the reason? Could it be related to the fact that I am using an evaluation key or it is something else? My config file as it is: { "agree_to_EULA": "yes", "device_name": "xyz-server", // path to folder where Sync will store its internal data, // folder must exist on disk "storage_path" : "/xyz/system/btsync/metadata", // run Sync in GUI mode "use_gui" : true, "webui" : { // IP address and port to access HTTP API "listen" : "127.0.0.1:8888", // login and password for HTTP basic authentication // authentication is optional, but it's recommended to use some // secret values unique for each Sync installation "login" : "abc", "password" : "def", // replace xxx with API key received from BitTorrent "api_key" : "MY-API-KEY" } }
  6. I have broken the web UI on my Ubuntu 14.1 installation of Btsync, and I can't figure out how to get it back. I was playing around with file permissions, because I have Btsync and SAMBA accessing the same folders, this was creating file permission issues with who owns them. But I figured it out, just as I got it working, the WebUI stopped working. I get a password prompt I type in my password, and I get a blank page. I have tried to reconfigure BTsync several times, I have tried to change port number and IP address binding, web user log in and password but nothing has worked so far. I even removed btsync and installed it again, but it looks like there are config files that still remain. Any ideas? As far as I can tell syncing works just fine, I just can't change anything because of the lack of UI Thanks
  7. Distributed Web

    I didn't see anyone else mention this but I thought it would be interested to create a distributed web with BitTorrent Sync. We have the IP addresses with Sync's Read-only Secret. So, all we would need would be a DNS (no need for .com/.org/etc or www or http) service that could be hosted with Git also using BT Sync to distribute the files. We would also need a browser that could serf "Sync Web." Preferably a browser that could serf both the old school web and the new "Sync Web." The browser would give the option to serf Sync instead of the old web and when you leave a web site it could keep the files on your computer for however long you would like before it would delete them (temp files). A distributed web would also make it possible for you to locally host your files when using it's service. So, if I want a service like EverNote I could have all my text files on my local machine (zipped, of course) with an option of using an ftp to get my files. Even for video sharing it would be great. You could have a separate secret key for each video. Instead of doing something like youtube. You might still want a central site like youtube to make sure they don't have malicious files attached - but the videos themselves would be set free. Has anyone thought of this before? I would love something like this. Then the government couldn't black list sites anymore (granted it hasn't ever been a problem for me but I still don't like the idea that some central authority could make it so I couldn't visit a website). Even the browser hosting the Sync sites wouldn't be able to stop you if you put in a sync file directly.