orc wrote:I also have a few empty folders (some but not all of which are in the Recycle Bin) that I am unable to delete from a share, even when mounting the share as admin. I am getting an "OSStatus error -47 File is busy" error.
Permissions are OK.
I have tried rebooting both the NAS and Macbook but still get the same error message.
There seem to be no hidden files that correlate to the folders I am trying to delete.
I have also turned off the Recycle Bin feature for this share and rebooted to no avail.
If someone comes across a solution for this, please post!
Ok, I found a workaround until Netgear addresses this issue. However, you have to be familiar with Terminal / the UNIX command line:
Using Terminal, I logged directly into the ReadyNAS with Secure Shell as root with the command ssh email@example.com (substitute this IP address with the IP address of your own NAS, of course). The password is the same one you use as admin in Frontview. If you have not already enabled root login via ssh, you can find the EnableRootSSH patch and instructions on how to install it at http://www.readynas.com/?page_id=617
Shares are located in the /c directory and user private shares are located in the /c/home directory. Once I found the right files, I had no problem deleting them.
Hope this helps!