What you need:
This Instructable assumes you have a basic knowledge of ssh, assembled the Edison, updated Linux, and connected it to the WiFi.
Step 1: Setting up BTSync
After ssh into your Edison, create the directory for BTSync and move into it
Download BTSync and move it into the new folder
Extract the file
You can test BTSync with command, or move on to the next step.
You can now browse to the Edison at port 8888 via your web browser.
Step 2: BTSync start on boot
Create and edit the file
Add these lines into the file
Make the file executable and update the start up
You should get a message like this
"Adding system startup for bt.sh..."
Step 3: Optional USB storage
The USB stick can be mounted and used for storage before BTSync starts so that it can be used for storage.
Open the fstab file for editing
Add the this line to the end
Step 4: Use the GUI
Use the GUI at http://(your Edison's address here):8888 to set up your shares, and Enjoy!
This setup process also works for Ubilinux