1) Determine your architecture to obtain the correct installer. This may be accomplished with the following command:
The output of this command will indicate the appropriate architecture.
For this particular example, we will use architecture x86_64.
We can then obtain the appropriate installer from the following list:
Linux for Intel 64-bit:
Linux for Intel 32-bit:
Linux for Raspberry Pi:
Linux for Power PC:
Linux for ARM v5 OpenWrt:
Linux for ARM v5 Marvell:
To download the installer directly from the Linux terminal, you may use the curl or wget commands.
curl -o goodsync-linux-x86_64-release.run https://www.goodsync.com/download/goodsync-linux-x86_64-release.run
2) Once downloaded, ensure that you grant the installer execution permissions:
chmod +x goodsync-your-linux-architecture-release.run
3) Run the downloaded installer:
4) If you would like this Linux device to be discoverable by other devices using GoodSync Connect, you may enter your GoodSync Connect account UserId and Password when requested.
If you do not have an existing GoodSync Connect account, you may create one here: https://www.goodsync.com/gs-connect
You may also configure your GsServer settings after installation by browsing to
Use your GoodSync Connect credentials to log in.