The error is when you try transferring a folder to a mapped drive:
“An unexpected error is keeping you from moving the folder. If you continue to receive this error, you can use the error code to search for help with this problem.
Error 0x8007010B: The directory name is invalid.”
You need to create a custom config file as described here.
The script needs the be called smb.postconf and placed in the /jffs/scripts directory. All file names are case sensitive.
The script should look like this:
#!/bin/sh CONFIG=$1 source /usr/sbin/helper.sh pc_replace "store dos attributes = yes" "store dos attributes = no" $CONFIG
Create the file using whichever Linux editor you are comfortable with, vi or nano. Alternatively you could use the built-in editor of the Windows program WinSCP, instead of PuTTY’s command line.
Make sure the file is executable after you have created it by issuing the following command:
chmod 755 /jffs/scripts/smb.postconf
Restart the router after creating the file and check that it has worked by looking at the output of this command:
grep attrib /etc/smb.conf
Now works like a charm!
Only happens with NTFS drives on the ASUS-WRT.