Database Restoration In Linux Via SSMS

Andrew Peterson walks through the easy way of restoring a database backup to a Linux installation of SQL Server:

But my Backup file is still not visible in the wizard!

Permissions.  If you drill down into the folders in Linux, we found that the files already present in the /data/ folder are owned by the user mssql.  Our recently copied backup file is NOT owned by mssql, and it not accessible to other users. So, our wizard cannot see the file.

The whole process is pretty straightforward.

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