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Hmmm... your code is spot on here... so it's gotta be that the directory isn't writable.

You could use this to check:

dd(is_writable($path . $fileName));

I come to this conclusion because of the error being 'NotWritableException' and because your code is solid.

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Solution

When you look at the stack trace, you will find laravel checks for 777 permission before writing the file.

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