geoffwea

Linux Config File - Debian / OSMC

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Hey

Firstly, please pass on my thanks to your engineers, looks like Rsilio sync runs really efficiently on OSMC running on my Pi. Good job and horray, Nice not to be on an obscure 2.0.93 version to get low CPU usage. :)

My question is this....where is the .conf file which is generated when i first install Sync, and can i edit it carte blanche? I figure there must be a config file somewhere I can tweak. I've reviewed https://help.getsync.com/hc/en-us/articles/206664690-Sync-Storage-folder which suggests in could be in either:

  • /var/lib/resilio-sync if launched as default rslsync user (i think this the default, and how mine almost certainly appears to be running, but i can't find config file)
  • /home/username/.config/resilio-sync/storage if launched as current user. (not the default when doing basic sudo apt-get install resilio-sync install and run)

If i want to create a custom config do i need to download one as per instructions https://help.getsync.com/hc/en-us/articles/206178884-Running-Sync-in-configuration-mode, downloading sample config, then editing and storing in the /home path above? If the answer is yes, how do i then modify sync to run automatically as user rather than rslsync like it appears to with default 'out of the box config'?

Is there another 'master' config I edit to point to the particular config i wish to load at startup? 

Sorry for the N00b questions. 

Cheers, Geoff. 

 

 

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