Monthly Archives: July 2014

Reverse SSHFS mounts (fs push)

sshfs is a neat way of mounting a file system from one machine to another over an encrypted ssh channel. However, for machine CLIENT to access a file system that resides on machine HOST, CLIENT must generally be able to log in to HOST. In addition, CLIENT must be able to connect to HOST in […]

regedit access denied

The registry on newer Windows systems has access control lists. This means that even if you run regedit.exe as an Administrator, you can still get “Access Denied” trying to erase or alter some keys (CurrentControlSet/Enum/USB comes to mind). The solution to this is to run the registry editor as the “System” account, which can be […]