freiheit said:I for one would like to know how to get rid of Classic from the preferences pane and even remove all files for Classic from my system. I've never run a program in Classic. I never intend to run a program in Classic. Any app in 2005 that isn't MacOS X native either has an OSX counterpart that's good enough for me or isn't an app I"m too concerned with using (but since I came in straight to OSX without owning an older Mac, I may be an exception).
I did not specifically install Classic and I think even if I do go and try to launch it, it tells me it's not installed or something -- but the pref. pane is still there.
MacOS X 10.4.2 (from 10.4.1 from 10.4.0 from 10.3.9 from...)
How can you get rid of what?imac9556 said:Same here. What I've noticed is that when I were to open up the System Prefs, the Classic icon isn't there for a second or so, and then re-appears. It seems like the computer scans for a trace of OS9 and if it finds it, it shows the pane again?
How can we get rid of this?!?
Or just drop into the terminal and do alouis_sx said:You'll get "System Folder is needed by the system" when you try to delete the OS 9 folder. To get around that, simply safe boot...hold shift key from the chime until you get a login prompt (which will say "Safe Boot")...then you can delete it.
FWIW, the PB is classic-free since now my wife can use WP again (she hates MS office and the freeware Aqua stuff like NeoOffice, so she's using an OLD word processor out of spite, I think). Weirdness.
sudo rm -rf /System\ Folder