Hi all, I could copy properly files from my local machine to a samba share, from my nas, using dolphin, but at some point (I do not know when) I can’t.
Basically when I try to copy something from my local machine (eg: ~/file.txt) to the samba share using dolphin, it fails saying “Could not rename partial file smb://myserver.local/Share/file.txt.part. Please check permissions…” but it is weird because if I press the skip button, a file called “file.txt.part” is created on my share, so it does not look a permissions thing.
Even more weird is the fact that, once I am in the samba share inside dolphin, and I copy something from the share folder (ctr+c) to the same share folder (ctr+v) … it works properly.
I have followed the steps defined on Using_Samba_in_your_File_Manager from the manjaro wiki (I have installed all the packages for dolphin and my user is in the sambashare group)
Initially the shares are not mounted on my my machine. I access them using the dolphin wizard: Remote->Network->Shared Folders (SMB) ->myserver->Share
If I mount the samba share through the console (sudo mount …) and I repeat again the same copy, it can be done properly.
So my impression is something related to the configuration of Dolphin. I have checked forum but I couldn’t see anybody with this weird behavior.
Thanks in advance