/mnt/tcdisk/videos contains a mounted cifs filesystem. Outside of mono, I
can operate with this filesystem normally, with the same user as I am trying
to run this test program.
So test.txt could be correctly created & written but cannot be listed. Is
there any considerations you need to have when using filesystem IO APIs in
regards to accessing shares? I have no knowledge on c# or .NET tech, just
trying to find out why some other mono apps are not working from me.
I am no expert on CIFS / Windows shares, but a very common issue with
shared file systems are insufficient privileges on the shared system.
Remember that to get the contents of a directory listed, you will need
the x (execute) privilege. If you only have rw-, you can read files from
a dir and write files into it, but not list the files inside the
Am Samstag, den 18.03.2017, 10:25 -0700 schrieb talentless:
Following the suggestion of the platform provider, I think I found the source
of the problem. Vero4K is running a aarch64 kernel, while I am running the
armhf build of mono. The system is able to run 32 bit applications but I
guess not with 100% compatibility:
Now I have two questions:
- There are arm64 packages available in mono-project repository but I don't
know if this is compatible with aarch64.
- There are no arm64 packages for wheezy-apache24-compat and