I'm having an interesting problem.
I have a FreeNAS server. When I try to copy files over to it from my Debian system I get the following error message:
Could not write to /home/mithrilhall/smb4k/10.2.250.254/JBOD/movies/movie01.avi.
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If I hit Skip or Auto Skip the directory gets created; such as 'movies', but the actual movie, 'movie01.avi', doesn't get copied over.
Once the directory is on the FreeNAS I can move the 'movie01.avi' into it without a problem.
I can also copy over the 'movie01.avi' to any directory or the root of the FreeNAS without a problem. The only time I get the error message is if I try to move something over that resides in a directory and it doesn't exist yet on the FreeNAS.
If I try to copy something over as myself from the command line I get the following error message:
mithrilhall@debian:~/downloads$ cp -Rv Boxing\ Knockouts\ Of\ 2008/ /home/mithrilhall/smb4k/10.2.250.254/JBOD/
`Boxing Knockouts Of 2008/' -> `/home/mithrilhall/smb4k/10.2.250.254/JBOD/Boxing Knockouts Of 2008'
`Boxing Knockouts Of 2008/w4f-kos.2008.ws.pdtv.xvid.avi' -> `/home/mithrilhall/smb4k/10.2.250.254/JBOD/Boxing Knockouts Of 2008/w4f-kos.2008.ws.pdtv.xvid.avi'
cp: cannot create regular file `/home/mithrilhall/smb4k/10.2.250.254/JBOD/Boxing Knockouts Of 2008/w4f-kos.2008.ws.pdtv.xvid.avi': Permission denied
If I try to copy something over as root from the command line it works fine.