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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


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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 ...


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Not sure why it was happening but i found a work around using terminal “sudo mv ...” command to manually move the folders


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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 ...


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dscl 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 ...


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