@Smag0 I also have the same problem with some folders I created using the Pixolid application. AFAIK there’s an issue with the application that causes this issue, being not able to delete this folders afterwards
Recently I commented into Gitter Chat and @bourgeoa gave me this steps that could fix the issue (not checked yet):
The way to go is a bit complex.
You can use solid-ide or solid-file-client.
It is a pod backup and restore :
- copy your “pod A” to a new one “pod B”
“pod B” need to be accessible by the app Origin and userId of “pod A”
(check in detail that you have all but the bad folders - they should be listed as errors))
- delete the original “pod A”
- recreate a new “pod A” alike the deleted one (same name, userId, …)
add the needed userId of pod B and Origin needed
- copy from “pod B” to new “pod A”
In “pod A” check that everyting is OK. delete the unneeded userId access from “pod B”
that should be all. You can now delete “pod B”.
This process works because solid-file-client makes a recursive copy of all except errors.
You loose everything that is below a wrong folder /foo. If you know or remember some of the folders below /foo/test then you can make a specific backup of these /foo/test
Let me know if you give it a try