2.20. Community Contributions¶
This page lists integrations, addons and packagings of Syncthing created by the community. Like all documentation pages, it’s wiki editable so please do edit and add your own.
2.20.1. GUI Wrappers¶
2.20.2. Packages and Bundlings¶
Debian / Ubuntu¶
On any of the Linux distributions that support snaps:
$ snap install syncthing
If you want to help testing the upcoming release, and get the newer features earlier, you can install the snap from the candidate channel:
$ snap install syncthing –candidate
Fedora / CentOS¶
For Fedora Syncthing is now in the official repo : https://src.fedoraproject.org/rpms/syncthing
A fully baked docker container that allows custom config and will keep your settings and data past docker image restarts.
Builds docker containers from scratch base and/or runs the containers in docker or rkt.
Configurable image for the Raspberry Pi.
Synology NAS (DSM)¶
http://packages.synocommunity.com/ to the Package Center in DSM or view the browsable repository. Numerous CPU
architectures are supported. SPK’s may be older versions, however you can
execute a Syncthing version upgrade via the web GUI after installation.
QNAP NAS (QTS)¶
Syncthing QPKG (Qnap Package) available for ALL models x86, x86_64, Arm (all including new models).
Syncthing is available as a 1-click install on Cloudron. For those unaware, Cloudron makes it easy to run apps on your server and keep them up-to-date and secure.
There is a demo available (username: cloudron password: cloudron)
The Cloudron package is developed here.
REST API Bindings¶
Currently still in development and is “not yet usable by any standard”. Only the Block Exchange Protocol layer and the Connection layer are completed.
This implements the BEP, discovery and relay protocols providing a command line utility to access a Syncthing network, a service to proxy the relay protocol over http and a client library for the BEP protocol.
2.20.4. Older, Possibly Unmaintained¶
These projects have not been updated in quite a while. They may still be usable, or they may be in disrepair. If you are the maintainer of one of these and you have revived the project, please update this page accordingly.
- https://github.com/m0ppers/syncthing-bar (OSX 10.10 only)