- Mar 20, 2005
This is pissing me off. I install CoreDuoTemp, and I DO NOT want it anymore. It installs that speedit extension thing. How do I get rid of all of these things that I installed?
Would I be safe to delete speedit.kext from the extensions folder and the CoreDuoTemp folder from startup items?#!/bin/sh
sudo cp -r "$1/Contents/Resources/speedit.kext" /System/Library/Extensions
sudo chmod -R a+x /System/Library/Extensions/speedit.kext
sudo chown -R root:wheel /System/Library/Extensions/speedit.kext
sudo mkdir /Library/StartupItems/CoreDuoTemp
sudo cp "$1/Contents/Resources/CoreDuoTemp" /Library/StartupItems/CoreDuoTemp
sudo chmod a+x /Library/StartupItems/CoreDuoTemp/CoreDuoTemp
sudo chown root:wheel /Library/StartupItems/CoreDuoTemp/CoreDuoTemp
cp "$1/Contents/Resources/StartupParameters.plist" /Library/StartupItems/CoreDuoTemp
sudo chmod a+x /Library/StartupItems/CoreDuoTemp/StartupParameters.plist
sudo chown root:wheel /Library/StartupItems/CoreDuoTemp/StartupParameters.plist
sudo /Library/StartupItems/CoreDuoTemp/CoreDuoTemp start
Lixivial said:This may seem strange, but make sure you're at 0.91. If you are, in the CoreDuoTemp menu you should see "Uninstall CoreDuoTemp..." which will give you the option to uninstall SpeedIt.
So if you're at .65 or .8, upgrade to .91 and you will be given the option to uninstall.