Hi, firstly apologies if this is not the best category to post this in, I was unsure where it would fit best as I’m not entirely sure where the root of the problem lies. I have a small issue with cut and pasting files to my NAS server (FreeBSD 12.1), where I am greeted with a message “Access denied to /home/user/NAS/filecutandpasted” (Retry, Cancel options provided). The file does cut and paste just fine, with the file being created in the NAS folder and being deleted from the local folder it was cut and pasted from. Whether I select retry or cancel does not matter. The NAS is mounted using fstab using the following options:
cifs credentials=/root/smbcred,vers=3.1.1,_netdev,x-systemd.automount,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777 0 0.
My log shows the following:
kdeinit5: kf.kio.slaves.file: Couldn't preserve access and modification time for "/home/user/NAS/test.txt> kdeinit5: kf.kio.slaves.file: Could not change permissions for "/home/user/NAS/test.txt" kdeinit5: kf.kio.slaves.file: Couldn't preserve group for "/home/user/NAS/test.txt" kdeinit5: kf.kio.slaves.trash: Directory "/home/user/NAS/.Trash-1000" exists but didn't pass the security checks, can't use it dolphin: "The file or folder /home/user/test.txt does not exist."
If I copy the file then delete the original, there are no error messages. Also, as I mentioned before, the file does get created on the NAS just fine (and deleted from the local disk) when cut and pasted - the only issue is the error message. I don’t usually have recycle .trash folders in use on the NAS, but enabling (my first thought after looking at the log) does not remove the error message and apparently makes no difference to the error. I would prefer to use samba, so would like to see if I can solve this with your help, but can ultimately also create NFS shares if necessary. I am running Manjaro KDE edition testing branch, up to date as of this post. Thank you.