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How to start again on a Mac (complete uninstall)
Posted by: Lachlan12 ()
Date: September 25, 2021 10:29AM

OK, I have failed miserably to share our company folder. I get 23,000 errors, including thens of thousands along the lines of:

yyy/xxx/DSC00816.JPG peers who had this file went away, or the file has changed while syncing. will retry later

I suspect ticking “introducer” was this mistake. Many of the files in error belong to devices which no longer exist.

As another attempt, I want to wipe everything and start again, this time with only a single user and no introducer, to see if this will sync.

Any idea how to do this? I know that syncing puts stuff in various places int the home dir, not just in the dir you downloaded the executables.

I saw a post saying it put it in mild/.config/synching, but its not there (nor .syncthing)

I also get frequent syncing crashes (have to kill the terminal and re-launch), and 0% synced

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Re: How to start again on a Mac (complete uninstall)
Posted by: Lucy hope ()
Date: September 25, 2021 10:31AM

Hello Jonny Root, you can install and uninstall homebrew on macOS by the following methods. To install it go to Applications>Utilities and double-click Terminal to start it and write this instruction: `Xcode-select —-install'. Here you will see a pop-up window telling you that ‘Xcode-select’ requires access to command line developer tools and asking for your permission got install them. Just tap the option of Install and wait for the installation to complete. To uninstall it you can Install and launch CleanMyMac X which is a free edition. Then pick the Uninstaller utility in the sidebar and check the box next to the app or apps you need to remove and tap the option of Uninstall. For further information try for this site.

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Re: How to start again on a Mac (complete uninstall)
Posted by: Calliope Lei ()
Date: November 22, 2021 11:33AM

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Re: How to start again on a Mac (complete uninstall)
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Date: November 24, 2021 09:04AM

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