Hello guys. I have a Synology DS916+ I decided to install a few weeks ago this Syncthing package from here synocommunity.com/package/syncthing It was running well!! The app even self updated. Yesterday I decided to make a minor firmware update on my DS, to the last version, DSM 6.1-15047 Update 2 (before it was on DSM 6.1-15047 Update 1). After the update, I discovered that Syncthing was not started. I tried but no luck. I restarted the DS but again Syncthing won’t start.
I tried to search internet for a solution but I’m not able to find a solution.
I found here a similar problem to mine https://github.com/SynoCommunity/spksrc/issues/2176 . When I try to execute “start-stop-daemon -b -o -c syncthing -S -u syncthing -x env HOME=/usr/local/syncthing/var/ /usr/local/syncthing/bin/syncthing – --home /usr/local/syncthing/var/” it says that command not found. I’m a bit limited on the linux side, but I found out that start-stop-deamon was located in /usr/local/syncthing/bin/, but even there when I execute that command, I get: “unknown user syncthing”. I even follow this: As a ‘fix’ (not sure it is a fix) I did the following:
Created user syncthing, put it in the sc-syncthing group and gave it access to the syncthing share Logged in via ssh and executed sudo chown -R syncthing:users /usr/local/syncthing
but no avail…
Can anyone help me?!