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help installing and running btsync on Synology DS412+

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Hi i am struggling to install btsync on my Synology DS412+ NAS,

Can anyone give me some advice/help please.

DS412+ speck: DS412+ Intel Atom D2700 Dualcore (2C/4T) 2.13GHz x86 Processor 64-bit@DDR3, 1GB of RAM

So firstly I downloaded btsync_glibc23_i386.tar.gz, I enabled ssh and logged in as root.

then I ran the following commands:

DiskStation> cd /usr/bin/
DiskStation> mkdir btsync
DiskStation> cp /volume1/public/btsync_glibc23_i386.tar.gz /usr/bin/btsync/
DiskStation> tar xzvf btsync_glibc23_i386.tar.gz
DiskStation> chmod +x /usr/bin/btsync
DiskStation> ./btsync
DiskStation> ls -al

drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 4096 Apr 29 20:10 .
drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 4096 Apr 29 18:28 ..
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Apr 29 20:10 .sync
-rwxrwxr-x 1 501 502 2852024 Apr 18 12:22 btsync
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1235497 Apr 29 18:29 btsync_glibc23_i386.tar.gz

Cleared my browser cookies as invalid address came up before I did that

Now when I load i just get a blank white screen?

Have I installed the wrong version? or have I installed it into the incorrect location?

Or do I need to add something to the web server app in DSM 2.1?

Any help with this would be great


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Using the repo:

  1. Install the outdated package
  2. Download the latest from
  3. Stop the BTSync app
  4. Copy the btsync executable to your synology box and overwrite the existing one
  5. Make the updated btsync file executable (chmo 755 btsync)
  6. Start the app

You will have the latest version. I tested this on two different boxes.

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