I'm using SABnzbd on my Synology DS109 and have come across an odd permissions problem.
Synology recently updated their DSM to version 3, and with it the ability to set Windows type permissions on the NAS shares. Now I've got it all set up the way I want, but I'm having a problem with SAB not respecting the permissions I've set.
The Windows ACL has been set so that one group has full control and the other has modify.
I'm not much of a Linux guru, but I understand 777 is everyone full control, which is what I've set in the SAB control panel. However, every time SAB downloads and extracts a file, it seems to be giving different permissions.
As you can see, modify permission isn't there, and specifically there's no delete permission.
I guess my question is, isn't there a way to get SAB to inherit the folder permissions when it extracts a file? Surely it's just a copy operation? I've tried not setting the flag at all in the SAB control panel, but that's even worse as I just get read permission then.
At the moment I'm having to log into the NAS Files Station and reset the owner so I can change the permissions manually.
All help gratefully received.
I've got both the temporary folder (which I created a specific share for) and the output folder using the exact same Windows ACL settings, but I'm wondering if it's still storing stuff in the Linux internals somewhere and then doing a move operation at the end instead of copy.