I’ve installed BTSync on my MyBook Live
it works Great.
I followed instructions – now I’m not sure where, but they were quite simple …
basically get the latest binary for the power-pc transfer it to the NAS –
use ssh to copy the file to a location for it to live - I chose /usr/bin
did a chmod 755 /usr/bin/btsync
that worked, then cd /usr/bin
and excuted the file ./btsync
it returned some information about creating a fork and starting running…
I was then able to use the web interface on :8888 to configure and add folders to be sync’d to my other computers.
everything is working as hoped.
However, I now want to have it startup automatically each time the NAS in rebooted. I’m now lost, because I’ve stumbled on other instructions that say I was to create a btsync.conf file in the /etc/init.d folder. Other instructions are different… The I even found a script that would have done everything for me???
I don’t know where to go from here… as I’ve already sync’d almost 1 terabyte of data. I’m afraid that if I do a reinstall or let the .sh script run it will not have all the info needed from the previous install/sync and it will try and transfer all the files from scratch again?
What and how can I just get my exsisting install to start each time I reboot. And is there a configuration file that was created when I first ran btsync, that asked me for a password & username - to use each time I logged in. ?? If so where is it located?