There's some symlink in the path. I'd say that in GUI you actually synchronize a the symlink points too.
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Hello! Thank you for the answer. I have checked in GUI version, it changes path automatically:
I see in explorer /home, when I enter this dir I have /homes/test
, but not /home
. When I try to synchronize /home
- I receive same error "Real path and requested remote path do not match" , like in a .com version.
Anyway, GUI version can synchronize directory correctly, but .com version gives me an error. Should I still post log from GUI?
"Resolve Symbolic links" is active in GUI by default and cannot be changed.
How can I make .com version behave like GUI version?