Leaving off the leading zero will likely have unexpected results.
As of version 1.8, the mode may be specified as a symbolic mode (for example, Local path to a file to copy to the remote server; can be absolute or relative. In this case, if path ends with "/", only inside contents of that directory are copied to destination.
Super easy: Just plug it to the network and to a power outlet and you’re good to go. The file transfer was going to take so long because my laptop was playing a game of monkey-in-the-middle with my network.
I know if it can, it would require using the Shareport add-on utility.
Also not crazy about experimenting to see if something might work as the data on that HDD is critical and the only copy.
I know, not a good idea, but I'm trying to mend my ways and would hate to lose that data now while in the very process of trying to back it up.
The mode is only set on directories which are newly created, and will not affect those that already existed.
remember that modes are actually octal numbers (like 0644).
I own a Buffalo Link Station LS-CHL NAS (Network Attached Storage) device.