I am posting a new thread as I dont know that this would particularly fit under any 1 specific thread, and felt mentioning of both issues may help as it could point to a different issue that I have yet to think of so anyway here it goes:
I have the torrent file server set up, I have 2 sata 1tb drives [ntfs] (connected via raid card, but just connected individually, no raid set up) mounted for storage only, have 1 80GB hdd [pata] for system files (torrent server appliance, packages etc...) I have both mounted to /srv/storage/hdd1 and hdd2 respectively. I can read write and execute files on one drive, but not the other. odd thing is if i unmount them both and remount switched, its the same physical drive that I can not write to.
I am trying to set this up as a print server as well. I have CUPS installed, and have the drivers intalled for my printer. edited cupsd.conf to allow web access via port 631. I can log into the cups interface and print a test page (so this shows the printer is installed and connected to the server properly) Jeremy aka jedi master commented on a previous post I made regarding this issue and agreed with me it sounds like a permissions issue....my question is should I be looking at CUPS, and the cupsd.conf file, the web interface for cups, or should i be looking in the SAMBA section using webmin of turnkey linux????
I post and say that I think the problems could be related as they are both permission issues, and was thinking there could be an underlying cause to both of these issues that would fix both. idk, I could be wrong (probably am) but just trying to make as informative of post as possible hoping that someone reading this will have a light bulb go off and will have an answer for me.