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Old 01-21-2016, 02:28 PM   #82
tshering
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Join Date: Jun 2012
Device: kobo touch
syncthing under KSM 08

This package installs syncthing under KSM 08

How to install and activate:
Spoiler:
  • extract KoboRoot.tgz from the uploaded zip archive and copy it into .kobo
  • eject and disconnect the device
  • select (from home): handle update > install update
  • wait until the reader has restarted
  • select (from home): scripts > syncthing > syncthing start.sh
  • if you see "Syncthing has been configured successfully", touch the middle of the screen, and then press the "close" button
  • Enable wifi, if it is not already on
  • On your pc, type into the location bar "http://<your device IP>:8384" (for instance, "http://10.0.0.3:8384"), and manage the syncthing settings. Note: To refer to a folder with the name ".testsyncfolder" on the user partition of the Kobo (this is what you see, when you connect the device via USB to your pc), you would write "/mnt/onboard/.testsyncfolder".

You can shut down syncthing by selecting "Actions" > "Shutdown" in the web browser, or by selecting "scripts" > "syncthing" > "syncthing kill.sh", in KSM. You can access the syncthing GUI also from your webbrowers on nickel via "http://127.0.0.1:8384", but this seems to be only of limited use.

Note: Do not use the default synchronization folder (/Sync), which is created by syncthing, except you know exactly what you are doing. Anyway, it is not advisable to use the system partition as storage.
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File Type: zip syncthing_for_ksm.zip (4.01 MB, 371 views)

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