I am running MacOS 10.14.
Using Mountain Duck, I have my google drive successfully mounted at '/Users//mnt/GoogleDrive/' on my local computer.
I am able to browse and access the files to move them around and view them.
However, when I am running a program (a python script) that needs to create a symlink from one folder in my google drive to another folder in the google drive, I get a "permission denied" error.
I tried changing permissions on the mounted drive so that "everyone" rather then just my username has read/write by going into the finder "Info" and changing permissions on the mounted drive recursively. ls -la confirmed that permissions had been changed on the file above that a symlink was attempted on.
Thank you for your help.
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