Lastly, verified that the cloud function has the Service-Token-Creator role necessary for signing the blob that gets sent back to the front-end and that under the bucket permissions the service account is listed with the storage admin role too. So at this point just scratching my head as to why I'm getting the error of access denied for lack of permissions by the service account.
There are two types of tracker sites. One is a public tracker site, accessible to all users. The other is a private tracker site, which contains specialized torrent websites that host unique niches of files. Registration to a private tracker site is often exclusive and by invite only. It also requires users to seed torrents after each download.
I'm running the Transmission 18.104.22.168 with ReadyNAS OS 6.4.1. When I try to copy files to the Downloads directory I get a permission denied error. Is this \"by design\" or is something wrong here 'ls' shows me as the owner of the directory and there don't appear to be any ACLs.What I'm trying to accomplish is loading already-downloaded data, then adding the torrents in Transmission and doing a \"verify local data\" to begin seeding them there. Is there another way I should go about this
Thanks for sharing the workaround that you did. I hope other members of the community will find this thread helpful if they're interested to have read/write access to the default torrent destination folder.
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