Crashplan with Tonidoplug + Drobo (Samba mount) - Unable to write to directory?
I have a drobo at home attached to a Tonidoplug running on Ubuntu 9.04 (ARM) and I was trying to set up Crashplan on the Tonidoplug to back things up from various home PCs that I have. The Drobo is mounted as a samba device on the Tonidoplug.
I managed to set up the software however I kept getting permission denied error when trying to back up files.
What I know so far:
- The Crashplan process is running as root
- The root account has permission to write to the backup destination folder
- I can, use Drobo as a network drive, create and delete files from the destination folder from another PC in my home network.
- The folder for Crashplan is owned by root and has permission 777.
Anything else I am missing?
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