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According to the homebrew FAQ, to uninstall homebrew you use: ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/uninstall)" If you don’t want to completely uninstall home-brew but just want to remove all packages installed by homebrew, I think this will do what you need (I’m not currently in a position to remove all of my ...


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From homebrew/FAQ.md: How do I uninstall Homebrew? To uninstall Homebrew, paste the command below in a terminal prompt. ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/uninstall)" Download the uninstall script and run ./uninstall --help to view more uninstall options. The following script also claims to ...


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One way to determine what an installer package is going to install (or installed) and where, is to look at the installer package with Pacifist as it will give you the hierarchal folder layout of files installed outside the application bundle as well. This can be used to aide in a manual uninstall as necessary if AppCleaner does not do a complete job of ...


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You removed the application according to the documentation. Now unset the variable ur_setup unset ur_setup You are good to go.


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Try this: for i in `echo $PATH | sed 's/:/ /g'`; do printf "\033[1;103;30m $i\033[0m\n" ls "$i" | grep "ur_setup" done This will iterate through directories included in PATH, print them in yellow and then if there's something in there matching ur_setup pattern, print it. It can be done cleaner, but it's not worth creating a big function for ...


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The programs themselves are probably in /Applications The files you are deleting are most of the data files they use


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If you just want to prevent it from launching, running sudo chmod 000 /Applications/iTunes.app should do the trick. Needs to be repeated after every OS X/iTunes update, but this also applies for any solutions involving removal of standard applications. PS: Just to put things into perspective as far as disk space is concerned: root@Mithos:/Applications$ ...


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rm -f -r /Applications/iTunes.app removed it for me along with Chess, Game Centre, Photo Booth & Stickies. You have unload the ituneshelper app first (use activity monitor), I didn't need to as I delete the unnecessary OS X garbage immediately after launch. It is untrue that it is required by OS X, it is only by required by Apple to sell you stuff. ...


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Uninstalling iTunes is not supported by Apple. Dragging it into the trash and trying to delete the trash will give you a "iTunes can't be modified or deleted because it's required by OS X" message. Even if you do it manually, it will come back with operating system updates; and you may break certain things like some file associations and iPhone ...


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On my system (10.10.2), the corrupted Drive file was in $HOME/Library/Application Support/Google/ -- deleting that solved the problem. Or for you command line wizards: $ rm -rf '~/Library/Application Support/Google/Drive'


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You can try App Uninstaller it show's all app's system files maybe it will help. P.S. trial version will be enough to perform your request.


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Programs that install system components can't be uninstalled by simply throwing them in the Trash. Usually an Uninstaller is provided in the original .dmg file, or can sometimes done from within the app itself. If you delete the app, you may be too late to use that method. Most companies that make apps which must be correctly uninstalled will have ...



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