I'm trying to use my Raspberry as a media server which automatically downloads new TV show episodes. One of the things I did until now is to install and set up Deluge which was fine and stopped working when I changed the downloading path. No torrent could be downloaded and all got stuck in status
Operation not supported /mnt/fantec/deluge/downloading/<TorrentFile>. It took me a while but then I discovered that the problem wasn't with deluge but with
curlftpfs which I used to mount the NAS through FTP:
Be aware that some applications might not be able to “save” files on curlftpfs from 0.9.2 on, because we don’t support open(read+write) or open(write) and seek anymore
(I can't find the original link were this was posted but is all over the internet).
I need to mount an FTP server as a drive as with
curlftpfs being able to change permissions and open files for read+write and write+seek.
The raspberry is Raspberry Pi 3 Model B running a RaspbianOS (I think with noobs). The NAS is a Fantec CL-35B1 which is supposed to also have SMB but I can't get either the users nor the permissions manipulation work.