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How to Mount a Filesystem via sshfs

Question
How to connect to a server using ssh and mount the ssh's file system on your mac.
Also how to install Homebrew package manager in OS X

Answer
Install OSXFUSE

Here is how
First install homebrew.
Homebrew is a package manager for OSX and makes it easer to install software from the command line.

ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/go/install)"

Then we will the sshfs program
Install SSHFS

Command to install sshfs:
brew install sshfs

Mounting a Remote System

Make a folder somewhere in your home folder so you have write access to it.

mkdir -pv ~/Desktop/server.com

Assuming you have your ssh keys set up already it will be a simple matter of running:

sshfs server.com:/ ~/Desktop/server.com/

Of course replacing server.com with, your remote system.

This will mount your server right on your desktop

Google Chrome Profile Could Not Be Opened Correctly Error.

Symptoms:
When you open Google Chrome, you receive a pop-up error message that says “Your profile could not be opened correctly. Some features may be unavailable. Please check that the profile exists and you have permission to read and write its contents.

Solutions:
Mac OSX
Quit Google Chrome.
Open Terminal.
Change directory (cd) to /Users/{user}/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default
Delete Web Data and History files: rm -rf History*; rm -rf Web\ Data;
Start Google Chrome and the error should be gone.

Windows 7
Quit Google Chrome.
Open Computer.
Navigate to C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\
Delete the file named “Web Data”
Start Google Chrome and the error should be gone.

Windows XP
Quit Google Chrome.
Open Computer.
Turn on Show Hidden Files and Foldesr in Folder Options in Windows Explorer.
Navigate to: C:\Documents and Settings\{username}\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\
Delete the file named “Web Data”
Start Google Chrome and the error should be gone.

Linux
Quit Google Chrome.
Open a shell.
Change directory (cd) to ~/.config/google-chrome/Default
Delete the file named “Web Data”: rm -rf Web\ Data;
Start Google Chrome and the error should be gone.
NOTE: If the problem repeats itself after every reboot, then there is most likely corruption is your user profile, so you will have to delete the profile and start a new one. In order to do that, follow the above steps, and replace step 5 and 6 with the following. Make sure that you backup your bookmarks before doing this, as they are a part of your profile and will disappear after doing this:

Locate the folder called "Default" in the directory window that opens and rename it as "Backup default."

Try opening Google Chrome again. A new "Default" folder is automatically created as you start using the browser.

More info can be found at.
http://www.fourleaftechnology.com/index.php/General/google-chrome-profil...

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