Looks like your config file got copied by somebody else. Log in as an admin user if you ain't one already and run
sudo chown firestarter /Users/firestarter/.ssh /Users/firestarter/.ssh/*
sudo chmod 700 /Users/firestarter/.ssh
Scrolling can be a keyboard input. For example, using the arrow keys on a keyboard will often scroll the window.
While I have no experience with the Scroll Reverser app, a quick check shows the source code is available. And, according to its Read Me file:
Scroll Reverser installs an event tap, which gives access to event stream, including scrolling ...
I've had this problem before, too. I believe this is because of System Integrity Protection. macOS protects some parts of the filesystem starting with El Capitan.
I think there are two ways to work around this.
Disable System Integrity Protection
Grant Full Disk Access to Terminal
For the first, restart your Mac, but hold down Command-R until you boot ...
It seems that the most promising method is to modify the JPEGPhoto attribute for the user. The problem is, while the JPEG image can be converted very simply to a hex string, the value is too long to just pass at the command-line. This attribute seems to be what the GUI writes to when you drag in an image. Recovering the image from this variable when ...