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    • Permission from transmission-daemon file.

      Hello.

      I am noob here and glad to meet you guys.

      The thing is, I cannot delete or move to other folder files which I download from torrent. Except this everything is fine. I can remove, move, change file from windows.

      By the way, how can I login with root? is it possible at omv?

      Thank you.
    • share your download directory by SMB and copy/move/delete by SMB.

      To do this, user used to login in N4F (login in SMB) must have permission to do this operations, so go to users, create a new User ( the same that you use to connect from windows) and add this user to transmission group (You can select several groups at same time).
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    • kayagoo wrote:

      By the way, how can I login with root? is it possible at omv?
      Yes, you can. There are two easy methods. Download PuTTY and install it on one of your windows clients. Run it, use OMV's IP address - username is root / password (what you entered when installing OMV).
      The other way is called shellinabox. It's a plugin for OMV. (BTW: Have you installed OMV-extras?)

      Another utility I'm sure you'll find useful is WinSCP. Install this on a windows client. For logging in, it works like PuTTY, OMV's IP, username root + password. This utility will give you a graphical, "explorer like", file manager. You can browse the file structure, look at file permissions, etc.

      One the command line - after you log in as root, type:
      apt-get install mc After the install is finished, on the command line type mc
      Midnight commander can do copy and do other file/folder operations.
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    • kayagoo wrote:

      By the way, how can I login with root? is it possible at omv?
      Possible as flmaxey wrote, but you have to make sure that root access is enabled within the SSH settings in ghe GUI of OMV.
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    • kayagoo wrote:

      I am noob here and glad to meet you guys.
      And with OMV, that's OK. That's what the GUI in OMV is all about - to open up the NAS world to "us NOOB's". :)

      With guys like @raulfg3 and @macom, who can dive a lot deeper than I can, there's a lot of talent here. All will try to get you through the rough patches.

      Merry Christmas
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