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Can no longer access the SNES save folder.
Lumbeechief081 last edited by Lumbeechief081
Dear RecalBox community,
I used to be able to access this folder via Windows Shares like 3 days ago, but now I can't. RecalBox somehow changed the permissions of the SNES folder during that time frame, and whenever I access the share, Windows is trying to open the SNES folder which gives me the error "Windows cannot access \RECALBOX\Share" Check the spelling of the name. Otherwise, there might be a problem with your network.
The IP Address of the Pi is the same as it always been. I didn't change anything dealing with the network, ssh, hostname, and share settings. I can ping the pi just fine. Windows is trying to access the "SNES" folder instead of starting off at \RECALBOX\Share, and that's why I'm getting an error when accessing the share via File Explorer.
WinSCP file explorer works and I'm able to access the RecalBox, however when trying to access the SNES save folder at /recalbox/share/saves/snes I get the error "Connection has been unexpectedly closed. Server sent command exit status 255." I can access the other save folders but for some odd reason I can no longer access SNES. If I use the terminal via WinSCP i can access the SNES folder just fine and even list its contents with ls command. It's weird how I can access via the terminal but not WinSCP file explorer.
I checked the permissions of the folder which seems fine, it is set to Read, Write, Execute for Owner, Group, and Others. I even made sure to verify this by using Ubuntu Linux with the ls -la command and even used the chmod 777 command on the SNES folder. Unfortunately I'm at a loss of what to do and can't think of anything else to try.