Hello, after the upgrade to v0.14.11 I can’t open the GUI remotly. I tried reinstalling Syncthing but it didn’t work… On my Raspberry Pi, it seems to listen to the 0.0.0.0 address I have chosen but still no connection from outside possible.
Port 8384, which is the GUI, is only listening locally.
I configured the config.xml to this: and it also worked in the version before. On my Windows client the GUI works, I didn’t try to access it remotly.
That looks fine, but it’s not what’s running in the screenshot above.
Should I make a clean install of syncthing? What files/folders do I have to delete in order to do this?
I think you just need to make sure you are editing the config file that Syncthing is actually using (see
syncthing -paths), that Syncthing has been restarted with the new config, and that it’s running as the user you think it is. Reinstalling won’t resolve this issue.
I looked up the paths, they were all correct, I also changed permission to 777 for the .config folder but still no connection. I added my Pi on my other client and in terminal I get device rejected and something with an EOF error. This message comes in regular intervals.
I got it to work, somehow not my “jim” user started syncthink but root. So I changed the config from root user and it works now. Thank you for your tip with the -paths! Have a nice evening.
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