- Folder Name: SyncData-Luke
- External Storage: Local
- Configuration: /mnt/luke
- Available for: Luke Skywalker
/mnt/luke is a cifs mounted volume.
This worked beautifully until I attempted using fstab to manage my cifs mounts. I still use the uid=www-data and gid=www-data, so /mnt/luke has the following permissions:
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drwxr-xr-x 2 www-data www-data 0 Aug 8 08:25 luke
When logged in as root, I can traverse these folders, create files, etc. without issue. Via owncloud, I cannot view or edit the data. I see the following at the top of my screen:
Owncloud Error wrote:You don't have permission to upload or create files here
What confuses me, is I have unmounted, rebooted, then mounted again using the exact same cifs mount command that worked beautifully before. The only differences are:
- I mounted the volume after the local storage was created
- I have cifs-utils installed, where I previously did not
I have attempted uninstalling cifs-utils, removing the External Storage config from the OwnCloud admin settings, mounting the way I had previously, and re-adding it via the OwnCloud admin settings, and still I receive the same results.
One final test:
- I unmounted /mnt/luke
- I changed the permissions to 777 on /mnt/luke
- I refreshed my owncloud page only to see the same permissions error
Perhaps I need to force owncloud to refresh permissions data?