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I have been getting these items in my console and I cant track the cause of them down.

 

Nov 13 22:37:58 [Machine name] com.apple.launchd[1] (com.snom.snomone[43392]): posix_spawn("/Applications/snomONE/bin/pbxctrl-darwin9.0", ...): No such file or directory

 

Nov 13 22:37:58 [Machine name] com.apple.launchd[1] (com.snom.snomone[43392]): Exited with exit code: 1

 

Nov 13 22:37:58 [Machine name] com.apple.launchd[1] (com.snom.snomone): Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds

 

 

I have searched for any elements of a previously installed trial of a snomone free on this mac which was put there for test purposes but can not find any . Can anyone shed any light as to why this is appearing in my consle logs

thanks

Don

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Do you find the file "pbxctrl-darwin9.0" on the system, e.g. using find (in a terminal)? Maybe there is a uppercase/lowercase problem somewhere? "pbxctrl-darwin9.0" is not "pbxctrl-Darwin9.0". Also make sure that the file can be executed: "chmod a+rx pbxctrl-darwin9.0".

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Do you find the file "pbxctrl-darwin9.0" on the system, e.g. using find (in a terminal)? Maybe there is a uppercase/lowercase problem somewhere? "pbxctrl-darwin9.0" is not "pbxctrl-Darwin9.0". Also make sure that the file can be executed: "chmod a+rx pbxctrl-darwin9.0".

 

Hi

 

No this file is not there. The server should have been removed from this machine completely but I think some elements must have reminded .

 

Any clues what they might be?

 

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Oh so you want to uninstall it? Everything is in the installation directory. I am not the big Mac guru, I would search for directories with the name "snom" and "pbx" in it and see if there are any files left (find / -name '*snom').

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Oh so you want to uninstall it? Everything is in the installation directory. I am not the big Mac guru, I would search for directories with the name "snom" and "pbx" in it and see if there are any files left (find / -name '*snom').

 

Well I followed the wiki instructions when I killed it but I still get this spawn .

 

I've rooted around pretty much everywhere but cant find anything remotely that looks culpable.

 

This is the outcome of your suggestion:

 

 

find /-name '*snom'

find: /-name: No such file or directory

find: *snom: No such file or directory

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