tar xf btsync.tar.gzThen, move it to the user binaries folder.
sudo mv btsync /usr/binNow, open up your scheduling configuration.
crontab -eTo the bottom of the file, add this:
@reboot btsync --config ~/.config/btsync/btsync.jsonExit the editor. Now, create the folder and the file. Choose a port and change it to something you like (the "listen" attribute under "webui"). You may also add "username" and "password" to this, although you don't have to. These will be configurable later through the UI.
Important: the file paths in the config file have to be absolute, don't use the ~ variable here!
mkdir -p ~/.config/btsync
"storage_path" : "/home/username/.config/btsync",
"pid_file" : "/home/username/.config/btsync/btsync.pid",
"listen" : "0.0.0.0:51920"
After you're done, simply reboot to work the magic. Or execute btsync with its --config parameter.