|Subject||Re: How do I uninstall Firebird on Mac Yosemite?|
I obviously am still doing something wrong as the 'Firebird' User is still on my startup screen.
Here are the exact steps I took and there results:
1) Opened Terminal.
2) Typed 'vi remove.sh'. [Enter]
3) Terminal changes it's 'view' from 'bash' at the top to 'vim' and the following text is in the new window:
It seems that that is the correct text that should be in that window. Correct? If that is the case, then I shouldn't (didn't) paste the text again.#!/bin/shecho "Launchctl"launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/org.firebird.gds.plist#echo "Clean User"#dscl localhost -delete /Local/Default/Users/firebird#echo "Clean Group"#dscl localhost -delete /Local/Default/Groups/firebirdif [ -f "/Library/StartupItems/Firebird" ]; thenecho "Remove Superserver StartupItem"rm -fr /Library/StartupItems/Firebirdfiif [ -f "/Library/LaunchDemons/org.firebird.gds.plist" ]; thenecho "Remove Launchd"launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDemons/org.firebird.gds.plistrm /Library/LaunchDemons/org.firebird.gds.plistfiecho "Remove Framework"rm -fr /Library/Frameworks/Firebird.frameworkecho "Remove Receipt"rm -fr /Library/Receipts/Firebird*.pkgecho "Remove /tmp/firebird"rm -fr /tmp/firebird~~~~~~~~5) Typed ':wq' to exit vim. [Enter]6) Typed 'chmod 777 remove.sh' [Enter]7) Typed 'sudo remove.sh' [Enter]Ryans-MacBook-Pro:~ ryanashton1$ chmod 777 remove.shRyans-MacBook-Pro:~ ryanashton1$8) Typed my password. [Enter] Then the window says this:It asks for a password. I presume this is the password I use to login to my Mac?Clearly that is the reason it is not uninstalling.Ryans-MacBook-Pro:~ ryanashton1$ sudo remove.shPassword:sudo: remove.sh: command not foundRyans-MacBook-Pro:~ ryanashton1$