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In my case, the ftp user had no permissions in the directory it was in. I just had forgotten to cd into the target directory, which I did have the right permissions for.


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I provide my own answer, as the accepted answer is very crude. UPDATE: I thought the accepted answer was very crude, but in the end, I am using it anyway as it works best for me. The rest down here will just give some additional background someone might find useful. The accepted answer works best for me in the end because: (1) it allows me to always execute ...


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I had the same issue Solved it with the command below (other answers are wrong) sudo growpart /dev/nvme0n1 1 I could then extend the FS with sudo resize2fs /dev/nvme0n1p1


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You can't use this disk for zfs pool because the disk is used for root (/) filesystem and this is the place where your operating system is located.


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