On my cloud I have an assortment of user accounts with different permissions. For the most part everything is working just fine. However I am having problems with the public folder. I am receiving an error whenever I try to move or delete files in the root of my shared music, video or pictures.
I receive this message. “You require permission from Unix User\root to make changes to this folder”
I have an extremely large number of files in this dirrectory at which I would like to be able to alter as I please. However this is not the case.
I have adjusted the permissions from the web interface to the best of my ability but the problem still remains.
I believe the solution is somewhere within the SSH interface however I am unfamiliar with the commands to make this happen. I believe I need help using the ‘chmod’ command.
I only want to change the settings for these 3 folders [Shared Music, Shared Pictures, Shared Videos] because these are the only ones not working on their own.
As a side note. Within the other folders in the same root there is no problem. The tree looks like this
/Public/shared Music [gives me problems]
/Public/Movies and Seasons [Works Great]
Movies and Seasons was created by me and The shared folders were there from the beginning.
I assume this is some kind of saftey feature or something. please help me remove it because it is very annoying now.