I have recently done a fresh install of Fedora 36 KDE Plasma edition and everything is working great, besides one issue…
I have a Synology NAS which i have mounted to my workstation under /mnt/. The file shares mount no issue, and i can copy and paste files between my PC and the NAS, edit, etc… All permissions work fine, except for “Cut and Paste”.
If i cut a file from my local desktop and paste it to one of the NAS shares. I get a “Access Denied” error, yet its mapped with credentials that have full access (i also tried mounting it locally with 777) … If i press “Retry” it does actually cut and paste it, but then immediately after, another pop-up shows stating that the original file no longer exists… Its as if Dolphin thinks the file has been deleted, even though it just cut and pasted it…
Also, if i try moving files via CLI to the NAS share, it does move the file, but i get prompted with these two errors:
mv: preserving times for ****: Operation not permitted
mv: perserving permissions for ****: Operation not permitted
I have a feeling its something related, but im unsure how to get to the bottom of it.
It is mounting it with the following options in my fstab:
//NAS-001/Backups /mnt/NAS-001/Backups cifs credentials=/root/.credentials/.creds_nas,_netdev,vers=3.0,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777 0 0
Note that the hidden credentials file im using, has a domain service account being used, which has full access to the shares on the Synology NAS.
I am using the same CIFS mount options as i do on my Ubuntu 22.04 server to mount the same shares, which i dont have this issue.