Seafile Permission issue and chmod

I just wanted to see about getting an updated answer. Currently, I have Seafile running from a Docker Image for testing. All is good until I tried to run a script from the Seafile Drive. Tried chmod +x, 777, 755, etc, Still, permission denied.

There were a few forum posts mentioning it just wasn’t possible in 2017.

So to confirm: to run a script file stored on the Seafile server, I would need to use the sync client and not the drive client, or copy the file locally to a non-Seafile drive, then I can make the file executable. Drive client files can’t be made executable.

If I am wrong and it is possible, can someone point me in the right direction?

Thanks!

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