Resolved Strange process in Activity Monitor

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  1. skiabox, May 17, 2011
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    I have the following process in my activity monitor list :


    151 sua-1103234-0-OctoshapeClientSUA skiabox 0.0 12 6.3 MB Intel


    Anybody knows what is that?
    Thank you.
     
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    Or do you have some kind of streaming software installed?
    What is the User of this process?
    Strangely your MR user name also appears in the process name.
     
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    How can I find more details about this process?
     
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    Select the process and press CMD+I or the INSPECT button in the toolbar or go to VIEW > INSPECT PROCESS.
     
  7. gr8tfly, May 17, 2011
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    Octoshape is a steaming service used by CNN, and others for live content streaming. I wouldn't think the process would be loaded, unless you are currently watching a stream which uses Octoshape. If it is, it shouldn't be using any CPU resources (which it isn't, as its usage is zero according to your info from Activity Monitor).


    Google the process name (as I did...).
     
  8. simsaladimbamba, May 17, 2011
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    Ah, thanks. I thought it would be the full name (silly me), as I never tried to use CMD+C when a process is selected.
    And yes, I would agree on the streaming service part, though I found something about Ubuntu.
     
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    I am trying a solution proposed in a greek forum I visit often by deleting [home folder]/Library/Internet plugins/octoshapeweb.plugin but the file reappears after restarting my macbook pro!
     
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    I solved it :
    System Preferences --> Accounts --> Login Items and there you remove the program (it was running at startup)
     
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    Had the same problem today (sua-150324N-0-OctoshapeClientSUA was auto starting on my MAC) ... this forum helped and I found the following troubleshooting tips concerning troubleshooting "login items"

    https://support.apple.com/kb/PH18759?locale=en_US
     

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