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-rwxrwxrwx 1 $userid users 295426 Mar 30 11:41 $filename.pdf
on the FTP SERVER I have the files currently all 777 permissions as you can see from the file listed above.
when I try and cp a file from the mounted directory to another location on the file system I get the following error:
$server:/mnt/ftp # cp $filename.pdf /home/wademac/
cp: cannot open `$filename.pdf' for reading: Permission denied
SERVER and PACKAGE INFORMATION:
server is: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP1
curl | 7.15.1-19.7 | i586
curlftpfs | 0.9-2.2 | i586
libcurl4 | 7.19.6-21.1 | i586
fuse | 2.8.3-3.1 | i586
libfuse2 | 2.8.3-3.1 | i586
the verbose data
$server:/mnt # curlftpfs -o allow_other -o uid=1030 -o gid=100 -v ftp://$userid:$password@$ftpserver /mnt/ftp/
* Couldn't find host $ipaddress_of_ftpserver in the .netrc file; using defaults
* About to connect() to $ipaddress_of_ftpserver port 21 (#0)
* Trying $ipaddress_of_ftpserver... * connected
* Connected to $ftpserver ($ipaddress_of_ftpserver) port 21 (#0)
< 220 Welcome to the FTP Site!
> USER $userid
< 331 Password required for $userid.
> PASS $password
< 230- Alias Real path Access
< 230- / /ftp/$ftpuser/$directory read+write
< 230 User $userid logged in.
< 257 "/" is current directory.
* Entry path is '/'
* Remembering we are in dir ""
* Connection #0 to host $ftpserver left intact