Kolibri error when moving content to a directory on a USB stick

Gallium OS on chromebook
from command line:

kolibri manage content movedirectory /var/www/rachel/kolibri/

Kolibri version: 15.6

Error message:

File “/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/kolibri/dist/configobj.py”, line 2128, in write
with open(self.filename, ‘wb’) as h:
IsADirectoryError: [Errno 21] Is a directory: ‘/root/.kolibri’

This is the error I get when I try to move content to a mounted USB drive.
I am trying to extend a chromebook which has very limited drive capacity.
The chromebook is using Gallium OS (a Ubuntu derivative for chromebooks.)

Kolibri was installed by root. I seems to work fine on the (limited) install drive.

The ‘/root/.kolibri’ drive is there.

I am glad to see the movedirectory command.
Hope there’s a fix. Thanks!

Turns out that the kolibri installer put the “databases” directory in the root of the install directory (.kolibri) rather than in “content”. To fix: move the " databases" directory back into the “content” directory and restart the “movedirectory” command (see original post).

The movedirectory command is also failing to move all of the “storage” files to the new location. Shoot! This command is not yet ready for prime time.