On Sunday, April 12, 2015 at 8:52:27 PM UTC+2, Liz wrote: > > Hi - hope someone can advise me how to uninstall Git from a Mac. > > I have only just installed Git from here: http://git-scm.com/download/mac > > The install instructions contain things that I do not understand, eg. > > > > *"Step 2 - Restart bash sessions------------------------------This include > GNU screen sessions, TMUX sessions, etc. If you wish to preserve your > precious screen session, just `source /etc/profile` and yo"* > > When I went to find clarification from the documentation, I discovered > that there is a Mac package that might be geared at the less-technically > minded: https://mac.github.com/ > > So I would like to uninstall the original Git and install the mac.github > one. > > The original installation came with a file uninstall.sh > > Do I copy and paste the contents of uninstall.sh into the terminal window? > > An .sh file is usually a script you can execute simply by entering its name (using Terminal):
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