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I'm running BT Sync 2.3.6 on ubuntu and accessing via the web gui. I am trying to add a manual read only connection and no matter what local directory I set as the destination folder, I hit an error saying I don't have write permissions. It's as if the BTSync daemon is it's own user and doesn't have access to anything. I had BT Sync working on Linux, but something has changed and I don't know what. Any help would be appreciated.
So I installed Utorrent a few weeks ago. Yesterday I saw that bittorrent was at the top of my programs list when i went to uninstall utorrent. So i uninstalled utorrent and went to do bittorrent too, but it said i have insufficient permissions to do so. So i figured i would install bittorent since it was probably just a corrupted file that came with utorrent. I installed it and uninstalled it and all was good. Today i turn my computer on to find its still in my programs list even though it wasnt last night when i turned off my computer. Windows Security Essentials says theres nothing wrong, and i cant find any mention of bittorrent in my c or e drives, they are my only drives. I believe its either a virus or trojan of some sort, or you guys need to fix it. P.S. when it says bittorrent is installed even though it isnt, theres no purple icon next to it like it should be, and my internet connection is extremely slow.
Hi, I am looking to replace my syncing program called Synk from decimus. But I ran into this permissions issue and wondered if there is a way around it. I am using Mac OS X. Let's say I AFP into ComputerA logging in as UserB, and put a file in UserA's directory. Bittorrent Sync copies the file to computerB into UserA directory no problem. While on computerB, UserA deletes the file that was put there from UserB. Instead of deleting the file on ComputerA, it copies the file that I just deleted back onto ComputerB. There are other things for example I can rename the file that was copied over to computerB to something else, but it will not rename it on ComputerA, but rather it'll have the old copy of the file from before I renamed it and the new file that I just renamed. But on computerB, It'll copy back the original file that I renamed. My other syncing problem does not have this problem(i believe it runs in admin mode), and hope bittorrent will be able to handle this as well. Any help or suggestions or even an feature update? Thanks, Mike