I set up a minecraft server on a Linode running the latest version of Ubuntu, and it worked fine. A while ago, me and the other person that were playing were suddenly disconnected from the server. I thought it had something to do with available resources and that the server stopped, so I made a backup.
When I started the server again, I found out that our inventories were empty and we were at our spawn point. As I had a backup, I decided to make a copy of it and played that world locally, and I was exactly where I was before I disconnected, with my inventory full of stuff. I then removed the world1 folder on my linode and uploaded the backup I had made and tried to start the server, and at first it looks like the server is starting, but then keeps giving me this error: http://pastebin.com/4tuhPf4v
My world1 folder and all sub directories are set to 775 and the files are set to 644 (though I tried 666 as well). From what I can tell, the tmp_chunk.dat file is trying to be created, but the server hasn't got the permission to do that (even though the folder is set to 775). Does anyone happen to know how I could solve this error, or at least salvage my backup (which as I said, seems to work perfectly when played locally)?