Anyone know how to uninstall Git?

I would like to uninstall Git using the Uninstall.sh file that came in the git-2.0.1 install bundle.

I am unable to find the Uninstall.sh file using Terminal. When I enter "git --version" in the command line, I get "Illegal Instruction" in my Terminal window. (See image below).

I would like to uninstall Git and then reinstall it. Perhaps the Git download was corrupt. Any ideas? I am running Mac OS 10.6.8.

Thank you!

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You mean you need to do

cd "/Volumes/Git 2.0.1 Snow Leopard Intel Universal"
sudo bash uninstall.sh


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  • Thank you, that did the trick. I was able to uninstall Git using your string. But, I tried to reinstall it again and I'm still getting "Illegal Instruction" in my Terminal window when I type "git --version". Any ideas why that is happening? Someone said it might be a bad Git download so I downloaded again from Git-scm.com (via SourceForge.net) Again...THX! – Elia Sep 23 '14 at 0:32
  • I guess re-install is a better solution, as some software installation may use Git. – Raptor Sep 23 '14 at 2:02

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