Earlier, I logged into a WordPress Dashboard I manage and saw that WordPress' 'Gutenberg' Plugin required updating along with a couple of other Plugins.
All Plugins updated fine, with the exception of the 'Gutenberg' Plugin. The error message, that was produced, was ...
An error occurred while updating Gutenberg: The update cannot be installed because we will be unable to copy some files. This is usually due to inconsistent file permissions.
The error message was then appended with a list of Directories, which were affected by the inconsistent file permissions.
As such, I accessed the Web Files, via FTP as to check the File Permissions. I noticed that the File Permissions for all Plugin Folders was set to
755 while all Plugin Files was set to
With this in mind, is anyone able to highlight why I could be having issues with the 'Gutenberg' Plugin, since it's Folder and File permissions are set to the same as the other Plugins; which are being updated with no problems.