How can I get the current latest version of Synchthing on Raspberry Pi without building from source?
I'm running Raspberry OS on a Raspberry Pi 4 and everything is recently updated. Running:
$ apt search syncthing
syncthing/stable 1.0.0~ds1-1 armhf decentralized file synchronization
Latest version of syncthing is v1.16.1 according to https://syncthing.net/
I know I can download the sources and build the binaries, but I would much rather install an up-to-date version using the packet manager.
There is an instruction to add apt sources for syncthing here https://apt.syncthing.net. But they never mention CPU architecture. I notice that where it normally says "buster main" or "buster stable" in my sources.list files, this one says "syncthing stable". Will these instructions work for raspbian buster armhf (ARMv7)?