In a terminal, as superuser, type "chmod 777 /var/www/html".
Does your account have permission to write to that directory within Linux? You probably just have r-x setting for other which you will be unless you changed permissions or logged in as root accross the network.
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Good luck with yout work project. Sounds really interesting.
About your question:
I see you declared your "html" directory to be public in your sambda file. I do not trust that. Can you change the permission on that directory via "chmod 777 /var/www/html" as sick wille noted.
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I changed the smb.conf file to read "public = no" and also changed the permissions via "chmod 777 /var/www/html" per Slick Willie... and I can now add files to the directory !!!
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