I´m pretty new to Linux so I've been having a hard time fixing this. Running the latest version of Mint. The files are stored on an auto-mounted NTFS partition. I can access the share, I can authenticate with my owner account (the one I set a password for with
smbpasswd) and I can browse all files and directories. However, as soon as I want to open a file it refuses.
I am using the following
The Videos folder is a symlink to my mounted drive, which is auto mounted as follows:
UUID=7C5B812C61FD7D26 /media/storage/ ntfs-3g auto,uid=1000,gid=1000,umask=0000 0 0
This mounts the directories for my owner account (
vincent) and group. Same for files as proven with
ls -l in a subdirectory under the shared folder (
Anime/Neon Genesis Evangelion/).
-rwxrwxrwx 2 vincent vincent 736292972 Apr 18 00:12 Neon Genesis Evangelion 01 .mp4
Checking the properties of files and directories also shows full accessibility.