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If you have a washed out folder thats busy in the finder, do the following: Rename it sudo mv Folder Folder2 Make a new folder mkdir Folder Move all contents sudo mv Folder2/* Folder/ And you're set.
If it's not listed in Activity Monitor, you can probably delete it using Terminal. Open Applications -> Terminal. First type: rm -rf Note there must be a "space" typed after the "-rf". But don't panic if you miss it, because rm will just complain about "illegal option" and you can try again. Then drag the file from the Finder window into Terminal, ...
CleanMyMac 2 works for me too. Amazingly simple. Highly recommended.
Run this command to copy /bin/sh from the BaseSystem.dmg on the Recovery HD: diskutil mount Recovery\ HD && hdiutil mount /Volumes/Recovery\ HD/com.apple.recovery.boot/BaseSystem.dmg && sudo cp -p /Volumes/OS\ X\ Base\ System/bin/sh /bin/sh Also see How can I get back a system file after deleting it from my Mac?
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