Im sure you've moved on by now (been almost a year) but hopefully it'll help someone out.
If you get this error:
cannot create .md5:read-only file...
There ARE NO SPACES. never were. Even renamed to be super sure. Still no.
Also I set it to R/W and typed out that string. It gave me this when I hit...
It was set to read only. I may be on my last step before fixing this thing.thank you.just need time with a computer.
Ok, I'm new to linux etc, what if I copy an md5 from a previous backup that is WAY outdated but works in clockwork? What would happen?
stock. no spaces, not the problem.
This is my exact issue now too. Ever figure it out??
Separate names with a comma.