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Building on Buscar웃’s answer, for OS X 10.10 Yosemite: To disable: sudo launchctl disable system/com.teamviewer.service To re-enable: sudo launchctl enable system/com.teamviewer.service, and restart. It seems like launchctl is under active development by Apple, and has changed substantially in Yosemite (10.10). They still offer ‘legacy' commands like ...
The TeamViewer Host app is : TeamViewer Host is running as a system service and is used for 24/7 access to remote computers, including login/logout and remote reboot - optimized for server maintenance or home-office access. So it is intended to be running 24/7. But if you want to disable it: Find it using the launchctl list in Terminal To stop ...
You could create a launch agent, that starts when you first log in and re-starts if exited. Although I’m sure the app has created one for it self, and some setting might not be set correctly. Create on is quite simple. Here is an example if BetterTouchTool was installed in /Applications folder, and had the executable in MacOS folder in the bundle. You’ll ...
Open Terminal window and paste while true; do open -Wg /Applications/BetterTouchTool.app; sleep 1; done
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