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Re: [LUG] 'failed to set time'
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- Subject: Re: [LUG] 'failed to set time'
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- Date: Sat, 2 Dec 2017 00:20:57 +0000
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On 01/12/17 22:10, Simon Waters wrote:
No disrespect to any of you guys but you're often a last resort, /after/
Googling as in this case. It /is/ NFS as you assumed Simon, and both NAS
and USB external drive are formatted EXT4.
Itâs failing to set a time stamp on a file or directory like âlast modifiedâ time but
without knowing file system types, file permissions, weâd be guessing as to why.
Probably an NFS issue from your description but probably you could have googled it
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