I have downloaded the program and can confirm that the exe file is indeed an ordinary exe file - and definitely not a script file for Linux or anything of the sorts.
I would assume that when the author mentions that the project is cross-platform, and allows running on Linux and macOS - he means that you could install the Mono Project and run the program that ...
Even as an admin, you cannot by default see inside another user's private area. As this particular user is a deleted account, you can just add yourself to the list of users with privileges, without having to worry about any other consequences.
Select the user folder (jayeshghandi) then Cmd ⌘ i or right click > Get Info.
At the bottom of the panel, ...
No, you are simply removing one file that bookmarks a setup process has been done. Any data loss will be a result of something else (coincidence or running other commands) if you happen to lose data.
Good luck getting a new account created.
Apps only appear in privacy settings when they attempt to use the category.
The Camera privacy settings refers to photographs and videos from the built-in camera, which is not something Lightshot uses.
The list on the left of Privacy settings also contains Screen Recording lower down, which is what is required for apps to be able to take screenshots.
I have nothing constructive to add at this point, other than to say I have what looks to be the exact same symptoms. Same version of MacOS, same one minute hangs (mouse moves, screen frozen, iStat Menu CPU history shows 0% for over a minute), been happening for several months and just found the reportcrashs for tccd. Mine occur in groups of 1 to 4 several ...
My question is: what is protecting ~/Pictures from deletion, and how can I turn it off?
In macOS Catalina the Users > $USER > Pictures folder, aside from ACL's set on it, it is being protected by System Integrity Protection (SIP).
Even using sudo chmod -N Pictures, while in the Home directory in Terminal, the directory can not be deleted unless done ...