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Years ago I had early (unreleased) versions of btsync installed on my iomega ix2-200 StorCenter NAS. It worked, though I never figured out how to make it launch at startup time. Now I might want to try again with Resilio sync.

It's a 10 year-old NAS, ARM (probably 32-bit), running (I believe) a version of debian called LifeLine 2.1. Apparently it lacks the apt-get program but does have dpkg. I can ssh with root access.

From what I've been able to figure out, I probably want the armel version of Resilio sync. Any tips on making this work (especially in how to make it start at boot time: I think the OS refreshes the application directory from a backup at boot, eliminating any added stuff)?

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