Permissions issue, i dont have them in gnome, but command line ok
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Go one level up from the sshfs directory and issue as root
chown -R amnesia:amnesia sshfs/
This will make you owner of the directory, including sub-directories.
After this try to create there some files using GNOME.
Keep in mind that you won't open any file from the d directory as it has no execute permission.
If you wanna achieve that use chmod.
thanks, i want to try, it i just have question, that folder is an mounted folder from remote server, it is folder of the "root" of that server, so should i really try changing amnesia:amnesia -R ?
Well, seeing that it's a network share, I'd rather not change that as it would allow anyone knowing your username password to access the files on the server.
Instead, do some singular chmoding on files that lack execute and read permissions.
im running that command now, its around 10 minutes, not ready yet, its like 400 files i hope :/
The -R parameter affect everything under the main directory - that's the reason.
You can easily revert it, by
the permissions from terminal looks like:
-rw------- 1 amnesia root 0 Feb 11 15:27 new
They look correct; The owner of each new file is amnesia and it gets read and write permissions. If different user is to operate on the files, he will need to be in "root" group. Isn't it fair enough for you?