BitTorrent's Sync Now Offers Official Linux Packages
Written by Michael Larabel in Proprietary Software on 18 February 2016 at 12:15 PM EST. 17 Comments
BitTorrent Sync, the P2P file synchronization tool for many different platforms, finally has official Linux packages.

BitTorrent Inc notified us this morning that following many requests for having native, official Linux packages, they are now supplying such for DEB and RPM based distributions. They are offering third-party repositories for Debian (including Ubuntu) and Fedora/RHEL based distributions.

If you are interested in the new BitTorrent Sync support for Linux, see this blog post.
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