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So I thought I had successfully created a cloud on my EC2 instance, but it looks like I am missing one thing... I'm guessing it's a permission of some sort.

 

I could post the link to where the interface is, but something tells me that might not be wise to do in a public setting, so I'm going to attach 2 screenshots.

 

The web interface:

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And the Local interface:

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You can see that in the local interface I have not been able to get the "Amazon Cloud" to accept anything. What are your thoughts on why it wouldn't be taking part in the sync?

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@curt15

 

Indeed, usually it is some permissions issue. Please check that the user running BTSync is able to write to the designated directories (synced folder as well as storage folder, which is usually located near binary in .sync hidden subfolder).

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