I just realized that some files on the NAS cannot be deleted or renamed over Mac Finder. In the specific when I delete a file this comes back again.
Another problem is with file names. When trying to rename them error 43 pops out.
You also had a similar problem?
I found this forum while searching and it appears nicely done. I have filed a support request with Synology but that can take a while, perhaps someone here has an idea.
I'm testing a scenario to be implemented on our live show productions and have come across an oddity that I can't...
Another question from NAS noob - still exploring my first NAS and I wonder if it is possible to preserve file permissions when copying them to NAS over smb protocol.
I have my Samba share mounted as
sudo mount -t cifs -o credentials=/etc/smb-credentials,uid=1000,gid=1000...
Been directed here (as "some true experts on the topic are on synoforum.com") from Synology Community.
Long story short: I bought myself a first NAS - DS220j - that I plan to use at home.
As I am Linux user I was first looking at NFS mounts but because:
- setting up kerberos is...
I have literally spent all day figuring out how to direct my Sonos acct to my audio folder on my NAS. It was a ton of trial and error and reading everything I could find on the internet. Finally got it working but have a few questions that I am hoping for some help with.
1. What is SMB? What...
On a Mac I'm connecting to my shared folders in the usual command-K way. I get the list of folders and access one. It mounts and - as usual - the server appears in my Finder window under 'Locations'. Then I remember I need to access that other folder so, as I'm already connected, I click on the...
I just had a connection issue to my NAS via Finder with SMB so I'll add the info here for help.
In Finder I go to Go > Connect to server... then I type in smb://myServerName.
It connects, but in the Finder sidebar, I could not open any folder. I get this error:
This operation could not be...