This option only appears in the admin user interface. Normal user doesn't have this option. Right?
Yes, I know, but, manually?
When you made the mistake of move files out of interface, what are the steps to set FileRun "OK", I mean, DB, index, thumbnails... What command-line tools and in what order.
Or I have to go to fresh install?
I have FileRun on docker. System, db, and HTML in SSD, and files in HDD.
And I browse folders with hundreds of images very fast.
Would be appreciable the speed increase in this cases changing to an SSD?
Sorry, I know that it's not about FileRun issue, I only ask for suggestions.
thats seems a permissions problem.
It is under docker?
With a file explorer that supports WebDAV connections. It's not an app that can upload files automatically, for example.
I had a similar issue, but with other WebDAV client, and I solved it with the @Home.
Have you added @Home to the WebDAV path?
Do a "ls -l" command in the folder to see what happen with this file.
I had to do a chmod and chown to solve a similar problem.
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