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Update: midway through this post I tried running BT Sync as root, group btsync, and it works. I don't like it, but it works. There is some awful permission-hell happening but I hope this helps someone. Hi, I've spent four days trying to resolve this, and I really am stumped. I can't get BTSync to write to a CIFS mount which is in my home directory, and which is used by various other programs and scripts perfectly fine. What's odd is that when creating a new folder in BT Sync's Web Gui, this is created in the CIFS share correctly, but no files can be synced and it displays the error "Don'
I have a few Hard drives connected to my Ubuntu PC, these drives are internal to the machine and mount up as the specific partition name on the disk. (ie /media/username/HDD1) when creating a BTSync share. I cannot seem to navigate further than the /media/username level and have no way to create a share for a folder contained within one of those mounted hard drives. Please help... how do I do this? also, I have two physical hard drives on the pc. and would like to share a folder on one HDD and have BTSync replicate that folder to the other Drive. is this possible, I read somewhere th
I have a raspberry pi, mounting a smb share on my synology nas. The mount takes place with all right (777) required on the /mnt/share/ And then I try to sync from a laptop to the share (in readonly mode). The mount is not empty, actually it already contains a full copy of what is going to be synced, if not it can delete stuff (I don't care). Now I get the error "don't have permissions to write to the selected folder." When I do the same thing, but now create a directory within the /mnt/share/syncdir/ Now it just syncs fine... What is going on here? Please explain this behaviour, so I u