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If you have followed those instructions then you've installed three packages. fuse_wait just replaces a single file of the NTFS-3G install with an updated version. So you don't really need to do anything to uninstall this package; when you remove NTFS-3G it should automatically remove that updated version. To remove NTFS-3G either open the NTFS-3G ...


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Follow the apple instructions here https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201065 Download OS X on to bootable USB and reinstall it from there. This way you do not have to use your Apple ID.


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No, no personal information is stored unless you enter any. If you're performing a clean installation of OS X then simply set it up with a temporary administrator account, no need to sign into iCloud or register etc.


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http://docs.oracle.com/javase/8/docs/technotes/guides/install/mac_jre.html#A1096890 says To uninstall the JRE, you must have Administrator privileges and execute the remove commands either as root or by using the sudo(8) tool. Remove one directory and one file (a symlink), as follows: Navigate to /Library/Internet Plug-Ins and remove the ...


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if the game doesn't have the option to save progress to iCloud or "iCloud sync" then yes he will loose all game progress


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Unfortunately, osx-gcc-installer has overwritten some system files which are actually 'shims', so even if you run that script to delete those files it overwrote, you will need to restore the original system files. First, run the script suggested in the other answer. Then: Either you can download and reinstall your OSX again, from the App Store. Or you ...


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An uninstaller might be nice, but you literally have to drag one file to the trash. Doesn't seem too difficult. Per Java.com: To uninstall Java, you must have Administrator privileges. Click on the Finder icon located in your dock Click on Applications tab on the sidebar In the Search box enter JavaAppletPlugin.plugin This will find the ...


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I asked myself the same question and searched the file system for Nix-related files. That's what I found: # as user, remove: rm -r ~/.nix-channels ~/.nix-defexpr ~/.nix-profile # as root (sudo), remove: sudo rm -r /nix # edit the file ~/.profile and remove the line containing "added by Nix installer" Not sure if I missed some files or directories. Also, I ...


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I recommend to use CleanMyMac. It has a very good uninstall functionality. Besides that it is able to perform other system cleanup tasks. I use it very frequently and am very happy with it.


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From: Removing Munki Removing the client tools: sudo launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.googlecode.munki.* sudo rm -rf "/Applications/Utilities/Managed Software Update.app" #Munki 2 only: sudo rm -rf "/Applications/Managed Software Center.app" sudo rm -f /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.googlecode.munki.* sudo rm -f ...



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