I recently tried out CrashPlan on my Macbook, but I decided not to go through with that. However, now that I'm not going to be using CrashPlan after all, I can't figure out how to remove their app from my Mac.
I've tried simply opening up Finder and moving it to Trash but I get the following error when I try that:
I've also tried deleting it from the command-line using
rm -rf CrashPlan.app; even when I run this as root, I still get:
rm: CrashPlan.app/Contents: Operation not permitted rm: CrashPlan.app: Operation not permitted
I also tried doing this with the GNU version of
rm, but I still get an error:
grm: cannot remove ‘CrashPlan.app/Contents’: Operation not permitted
get info on the CrashPlan app in Finder, and I noticed this:
However, when I uncheck the
locked field and then try to move it to Trash, I still get the same error that I got the first time.