Syncthing is Awesome.
Step 1: Enable root access within ReadyNasOS
Step 2: Download the appropriate SyncThing image here(I downloaded the ARM image because I have the ReadyNas 202). NOTE: You must download the appropriate image or the installation will fail or cause errors later. If you do not know what type of CPU you have, simply click here and find your NAS model.
Step 3 Download PuTTY and enter your IP address and login with a username of root and a specified password
Step 4:Type the following
Now, unpack the tar by pasting the following command:
Now move into the dir
Now lets call SyncThing like a service
Since we are done with the directory lets remove it
Step 5: Lets start SyncThing
Let it run the setup for 2-3 minutes. Once you see a “Node ID,” Press ctrl + c and end the process.
Step 6: Edit the config file
Look for the line below and change it to match the below image.
Step 7: Create a file named: “syncthing@.service” with following the contents and copy it to:
Step 8: Let’s implement autostart. Paste the following commands separately.
Now check the status by entering:
It should look like the image below:
Step 9: Go to http://ip:8080 and set up SyncThing.
Step 10: Reboot your NAS and it should start automatically. NOTE: Do not type sudo when running these commands. You will get an error. SyncThing will automatically update to the latest version on first run.