Crashplan with Tonidoplug + Drobo (Samba mount) - Unable to write to directory?

Crashplan with Tonidoplug + Drobo (Samba mount) - Unable to write to directory?

zhuanyizhuanyi Member
edited July 2012 in Help

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:

  1. The Crashplan process is running as root
  2. The root account has permission to write to the backup destination folder
  3. I can, use Drobo as a network drive, create and delete files from the destination folder from another PC in my home network.
  4. The folder for Crashplan is owned by root and has permission 777.

Anything else I am missing?

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