I'm having a weird problem and I'm desperate after doing research for almost 4 hours now.
I just purchased a NAS device and it works fine and I've created 2 shared folders (all permissions should be fine on the NAS end as well) and I've been following a guide that says to mount these shares in fstab. Said and done. However, I can NOT change the shares' group, the shares', nor the shares' permissions and it shows as read only (755) and I have no idea WHY!
Here's the entry in fstab for the server (Please disregard the childish name lol)
//kleinegeileslut/8TBSeagateFilme /mnt/8TBSeagateFilme cifs uid=1000,gid=1000,rw,username=Donatus,password=(redacted) 0 0
As I thought, the
should imply read AND write permissions, however, chmod 755/775/777 doesn't do ANYTHING. Trying to change the permissions as a system user with Nautilus makes it switch back from "read and write" to "read only" instantly and I'm freaking desperate.
Could anybody point me to the right direction?
Also, this is what I get when I ls -lhs
drwxr-xr-x 2 donatus donatus 0 Aug 25 23:44 8TBSeagateFilme
So no read permissions for me and I need write permissions on that share, as it is for a Plex Media Server and automation programs like Sonarr.
Any help would be gratefully appreciated