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try this in terminal: xcode-select --install it brings up and downloads developer tools for you


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The answer turned out to be something silly. I was using an app called "AppCleaner" to uninstall the application in question. The option to "Protect Running Apps" was actually in AppCleaner, not in the Mac OS itself. In order to delete the running application, I had to uncheck "Protect Running Apps." I was able to locate the Preferences within AppCleaner and ...


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Considering the instructions for the removal of Office 2016 for Mac I think you can without a problem follow the instructions for removal of 2011. I have quickly compared both instructions and did not see any matching folders being mentioned. However, please compare it yourself and make a backup before you continue. I suggest you make a Time Machine backup ...


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You can run the shell script below. The bash version of the script below will also serve the same purpose. #!/usr/bin/env bash # Usage: sudo sh ./uninstall_vmware.sh remove() { entry="$1" echo -ne "Removing \e[1;34m$entry\e[0m... " sudo rm -rf "$entry" &> /tmp/uninstall-vmware.log if [[ ! -e "$entry" ]]; then echo -e "\e[1;32mOK\e[0m" ...



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