Skip to main content

Removing Flavours files

Comments

5 comments

  • Nuno

    Hi Ross,

    Can I suggest you to try the Sneak Peek version of Flavours 2? When launching Flavours 2 for the first time, it should detect the "/Library/Application Support/Flavours" folder, and automatically uninstall previous Flavours 1 (now "Flavours Classic") installation. You can then uninstall Flavours 2 using the uninstaller from the Flavours menu.

    If you do not wish to try Flavours 2, you can use the Troubleshooter to uninstall old Flavours:

    1. Download the Troubleshooter.app.
    2. Launch the downloaded application, select "Uninstall Flavours", "Remove all related data" and click "Go!"
    3. Restart or logout your Mac

     

    Hope this helps!

     

    Best regards,

    Nuno

    0
  • Ross Goldberg

    Thanks for the troubleshooter.

    It removed the first three items, but left the last three items, and added the following directory:

    ~/Library/Saved Application State/net.interacto.Troubleshooter.savedState

    I should be able to run the following without any issues, right?

    sudo rm -f ~/Library/Saved Application State/net.interacto.*

    Also, I assume that I can also run the following without an issues, right?

    sudo rm /usr/local/lib/libflavours*

    The two matching files are from Flavours, and no other programs use them if Flavours is not installed, right?

    The troubleshooter should probably remove them.

    0
  • Nuno

    Hi Ross,

    Yes, you can safely remove those files!

    Best regards,

    Nuno

    0
  • Ross Goldberg

    Thanks.

    One last question:

    The following file isn't from Flavours, right?

    /usr/local/lib/libecomlodr.dylib 

    I think it's from Symantec Norton software, but I figured I'd check if was Flavours, just in case/

    0
  • Nuno

    No - the only .dylib files used  have "libflavours" prefix.

    Thanks,

    Nuno

    0

Please sign in to leave a comment.

Powered by Zendesk