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I'm noticing that on using dpkg-reconfigure on Ubuntu to reconfigure my btsync files that it actually generates broken JSON so that the sync service won't start properly (In that, it puts 0's at the beginning of the numeric values for up/down limits and such.)

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I'm noticing that on using dpkg-reconfigure on Ubuntu to reconfigure my btsync files that it actually generates broken JSON so that the sync service won't start properly (In that, it puts 0's at the beginning of the numeric values for up/down limits and such.)

 

Thank you for the report. I was able to reproduce the problem by entering numbers with a leading 0 in the dialog boxes (I think you have done so). It will be fixed in the next release. In the meantime, invoke dpkg-reconfigure again and make sure you enter your values without leading zeroes. See Issue #56 on Github.

 

If you like to discuss with other users using this package, you may refer to the Debian And Ubuntu Server Packages For Bittorrent Sync Thread in this forum.

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Hi tuxpoldo!

Please contact RomanZ, he is from BTSync support team.

I think he can help you with fixing issues related to your packages.

Thanks,

Vadim.

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