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I recently installed Ubuntu Server 12.04. I gave the server a static IP address. I now installed Ubuntu 12.04 on a workstation. I can connect to it via the terminal but I cannot add any folders to the server. When I connect via SSH with the correct creditenals and static IP address, it gives me the following message:

Error while creating directory Folder. There was an error creating the directory in sftp://(name). The permission status is: Permission denied.

I would like to know how I can give full-editing access to the workstation user (different static IP address) so they can edit the server files.

Thank you.

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According to the error you tried to use sftp, not ssh – guntbert May 20 '13 at 16:48
    
but when I connected to the server I did the following: server: ip address type: ssh – MCarter May 20 '13 at 17:16

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