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qbitorrent v4.1.9.1 (64-bit). Ubuntu 19.10. If on linux, libtorrent-rasterbar and Qt version. Libtorrent: 1.1.13.0 Qt: 5.12.4. What is the problem. Getting permision denied when downloading torrents in another NTFS disk. What is the expected behavior. Download torrent. Steps to reproduce. Download torrent Add torrent to download list I/O failed Jan 14, 2013 · So last time, we talked about the concepts of File and Directory permissions and means to view them using terminal command ls -l.But one thing, that is yet to explain, is the ways to modify the permissions and ownership information. May 26, 2020 · By default Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver installation comes with unset root password. To set root password open up terminal and execute the following linux command . When prompted enter your current user password and new root password: Nov 10, 2013 · To assign reasonably secure permissions to files and folders/directories, it's common to give files a permission of 644, and directories a 755 permission, since chmod -R assigns to both. Use sudo, the find command, and a pipemill to chmod as in the following examples. To change permission of only files under a specified directory.

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ssh - Transfer files using scp: permission denied - Unix What fixed the "permission denied" for me was, on the remote server, change the folder ownership to root: (This can happen when you are sending a file to a non-root user, and the directory is owned by root!) On the remote machine (copying dest.): sudo chown (your username) (remote folder)

also usr/share/icons havenot an permission to copy file into it. open a terminal (Applications > Accessories > Terminal) and type. sudo nautilus this should open the GUI folder structure but as a super user so you should be able to put your icons in the usr/share folder

Jan 15, 2020 · When you install any programs with root access on Linux-based operating systems, you may receive a Permission Denied error if you try to delete the remaining files or folders, and as a result, you cannot delete the file or folder. How to Delete an Undeleted File or Folder in Linux