MichaelK

Error on ARM device (my router with dd-wrt)

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Hi, Everybody!

This night I tried to use BTsync. It's greatly works on my MB Air, on Mac OS 10.7.5, last Ubuntu Server x64 and Windows 8.

BUT

I have some strange bug, while trying to start it on my arm-based router with dd-wrt (DLink DIR-320).

(It's all ok about router, there are web-server and some more usefull things)

As in instruction I copied file from archeive and trying to run it...

There are problem, I have :

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Do anybody knows why ?

P.S. Please, forgive me for my English :)

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Here is uname -a.

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Here are md5 sums. They are same in mac and dd-wrt.

What did I do wrong ?

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Thanx. I have in my disposal DLink-320 only. But there are dd-wrt and here is the list of routers supported by this linux. (http://www.dd-wrt.co...router-database) Only the problem you would to solve is an out of free space without external storage (that you could connect with some magic ;) ). And community has good wiki (http://www.dd-wrt.co...x.php/Main_Page).

I think that any router with dd-wrt would support BTsync.

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Really? I'd think that there are as many MIPS chips out there as ARM ones in consumer grade devices. Think of all of the routers, NAS boxes, media players etc...

I really wish we had the source code so that we could just recompile it!

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