I have just updated my os to High Sierra after a format. Through the App Store app, a version update was required (namely macOS High Sierra 10.13 Supplemental Update) so I did it.
Then as it was installing I encountered the following error,
The path /System/Installation/Packages/OSInstall.mpkg appears to be missing or damaged
I tried to fix it using some details from here. However the
find command couldn't locate the missing file. For the record I entered all the commands in the aforementioned post.
So I went trying some stuff (which I don't quite remember) and somehow I managed to boot my computer normally (boots in the update resulted in a continuous update loop that I managed to exit). And now I have the same update pending in my App Store and of course I want to execute it.
Now, I wouldn't want to fall back to the bad update situation so I was thinking maybe to download the update again.
How can I delete the files from the bad update?
Is this strategy going to make any difference?
(running on a MacBook Pro 15-inch 2016)