[X4U] How do I de-install a product

Ed Gould edgould1948 at comcast.net
Fri Jun 19 23:12:56 PDT 2009

On Jun 1, 2009, at 5:42 PM, Neil Laubenthal wrote:

> Delete the folder ~/Library/Application Support/SuperDuper

That DOES *NOT* do everything. The best guess I can come up with is  
that it leaves a cron job in place. I havbe looked for help in  
deleteing it and the best I can come up with is : Learn UNIX and I do  
not want to do so. MacosX is too difficult as it is.


> On May 19, 2009, at 7:41 AM, Daly Jessup wrote:
>>> A product I have I wish to de-install because after evaluating it  
>>> I decided I did not like it.
>>> I think I have the basics but this part took me for a loop. I  
>>> looked at the manual and of course I could not find anything on  
>>> de-installation. Unfortunately there is an automatic start up of  
>>> the application. I just do not have a clue as to where it is.  
>>> This is where the book would be helpful but trying to find de- 
>>> install information is apparantly not in there.
>>> This task has a application that kicks off everyday at a time I  
>>> specified. How do I get rid of that task? I am not a unix guru  
>>> (or anything close).  The product is called superduper I did not  
>>> read the manual I just did finds and the args that I choose did  
>>> not have any hits.
>> It sounds like you set up a schedule within SuperDuper itself to  
>> do regular backups. I believe that if you trash SuperDuper itself  
>> (it will be in your Applications folder, unless you put it  
>> somewhere else). You could also check in the Login Items section  
>> of your account in your Accounts Pref Pane to be sure you didn't  
>> set SuperDuper to be a login item. Empty the trash, and that  
>> should be the end of it.
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