Syncthing works wonderfully to sync my photos etc. from my phone.
Now I wanted to sync some files to a mounted HD to save space on the OS SSD. (Ubuntu 18.04)
I create a folder in the web gui “/media/gaute/snurre/foo” where “snurre” is the mounted drive, but I get a “permission denied” notice on start.
ps aux shows:
gaute 29448 0.6 0.8 191848 63864 ? Ssl 16:17 0:20 /snap/syncthing/448/syncthing -no-browser -no-restart -logflags=0 -home=/home/gaute/snap/syncthing/common/syncthing/
mkdir /media/gaute/snurre/foo works perfectly.
I believe the contents of syncthing.service are the defaults from the snap.
The mount was created with the Ubuntu Disks application and looks like this.
/dev/sdb on /media/gaute/snurre type ext4 (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,data=ordered,x-gvfs-show)`
I’m starting to think this has to be some sort of systemd fuckery.
Any ideas are appreciated!