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Discussion in 'OS X El Capitan (10.11)' started by mgp2015, Jun 20, 2015.
Does Chrome Remote Desktop work with OSX 10.11?
For me it's not working. Cannot enable remote connections.
Have you tried disabling rootless?
Ops... How? Thanks
Disabling rootless? How? Please!
I googled disabling rootless and was easily able to find what you are looking for. You might try that rather than waiting hours or days for someone to reply with an answer. This is just a suggestion, if you would rather continue waiting for someone to post an answer you are more than welcome to do that.
Method 1 (simpler but may not exist in the final release):
Run this in Terminal and reboot:
sudo nvram boot-args="rootless=0"
Method 2 (Apple recommended):
Boot into Recovery (start up holding down down Command-R until the Apple logo appears), and select "Security Configuration" from "Utilities" on the menu bar. Uncheck "Enforce System Integrity Protection", click "Apply Configuration", click "Apply" on the resulting prompt, and restart. Rootless will now be disabled.
Hope you enjoyed the wait
edit - as a professional unix/linux admin of 15+ years, don't forget to reboot - like i did at first ... works great once you do
I've not disabled rootless and it works for me on DP2 and 3. It can be a bit temperamental though.
i can't install it on 10.11..
any reason why this would be?
If you read the other responses above, you'll see this is due to SIP being enabled. You can find instructions for disabling it here: http://osxdaily.com/2015/10/05/disable-rootless-system-integrity-protection-mac-os-x/
Personally, I'm just going to wait until they figure out a way for CRD to work with SIP enabled.