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install gone well but window apears in top right saying installing things from heckintosh zone dont restart or shutdown.Few minute later says done then restarts again keeps opening links & making icons in tray pls help 

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Open Terminal; run the following commands

 

sudo rm /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/Niresh12495.Volume.iRepairCLI.plist
sudo rm /System/Library/LaunchAgents/Niresh12495.Volume.iRepairGUI.plist

Then restart, Thats all.

Please note: rm is a powerful command, check syntax before using or you may end up losing all your datas.

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On 11/4/2018 at 11:59 PM, Niresh said:

Open Terminal; run the following commands

 


sudo rm /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/Niresh12495.Volume.iRepairCLI.plist
sudo rm /System/Library/LaunchAgents/Niresh12495.Volume.iRepairGUI.plist

Then restart, Thats all.

Please note: rm is a powerful command, check syntax before using or you may end up losing all your datas.

Yeah, these directories and files have custom permissions that I can’t change even with sudo, and when I just try to su in terminal and type in my password it just says “sorry “! I’m going to try to access these files from a Linux live distro or a niresh Mavericks dvd that I have that establishes you as root by default, and see if I can delete them that way. I will post results here.

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@mmuldoor Good idea. But usually, sudo works like a charm.

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Yeah. Im surprised it didn’t! 

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On 1/4/2019 at 11:25 AM, Niresh said:

@mmuldoor Good idea. But usually, sudo works like a charm.

I forgot to update, but my method worked and I think your method would have worked too if I followed your instructions exactly, but it didn’t because I was used to the Linux system I wanted to “cd” directly into the LaunchAgents and LaunchDaemons directories and delete the files by just typing “sudo rm <filename>”.Because The system wouldn’t allow me to “cd” directly into those Directories I thought I wouldn’t be able to see or delete any of the files contain therein. Interestingly enough when I put in my Niresh Mavericks install dvd, and used the terminal from the install process, I was able to “cd” Directly into those directories by backing up all the way to root, and then “cd” into “/Volumes/<nameofDisk>/System/... etc etc...” and i was able to list all the files contained therein and also “sudo rm Niresh12495.etc..etc..”, I.e. delete all the files that needed to be deleted. 

When I rebooted back into my Niresh High Sierra Hard disk, I decided to try to look at the directories to see if the files had been deleted.  For whatever reason I just did “sudo ls /System/Library/LaunchAgents” and it worked and then I realized that Although I couldn’t get directly into the directory I could still list and remove files by typing sudo and then the full path to the directory.

So, new lesson learned!

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