I have a problem with a directory. If I run a
ls -la I get following output:
/rwx------ 7 1000 1000 4.0k Mar 1 09:11 Folder Name
It is supposed to be a folder. What does the slash mean in the permissions? I expected a
d since it is a folder.
I have this problem on my QNAP Nas.
uname -a shows
Linux Q 3.19.8 #1 SMP Mon Feb 13 05:20:15 CST 2017 x86_64 unknown
I cannot access the folder or set other permissions / owners.
chown admin:administrators Folder\ Name ->
chown: Folder Name: No such file or directory
chmod 777 Folder\ Name ->
chmod: Folder Name: No such file or directory
cd Folder\ Name ->
-sh: cd: Folder Name: No such file or directory
mv Folder\ Name other_name ->
mv: unable to rename Folder Name: No such file or directory
I copied this folder via rsync from an ubuntu to my nas using:
rsync -ahhve "ssh" /home/foo/bar/ firstname.lastname@example.org:"/share/homes/username/Folder\ Name"
Thank you for reading this question and I am happy for any help.