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OS 10.5 - I can't uninstall Xcode on leopard :(


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Hello again

I can't seem to uninstall Xcode even though i followed what it said on the pdf

I typed this in
sudo /Data/Users/<my username>/Desktop/Home/Xcode/Library/uninstall-devtools --mode=all

But it just says 'command not found' or 'no such file or directory'

Help please? Could it be because I installed it on another partition?
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Is that actually where Xcode is installed? By default, it is installed to /Developer.

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sudo /Developer/Library/uninstall-devtools --mode=all

I had this written down on my desk from when I deleted it. I just googled it and found the same command. But please check for your self.
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i did that too but it didn't work
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hey nvm now

i managed to get it to work by logging in my root account and double clicking the 'uninstall-devtools' file on my other account
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If you did a System Recovery on osx
U should have some problems to Remove and Reinstall Xcode...

Maybe you will find "uninstall-devtools" only inside something like this:
/Previous Systems.localized/<Date>/Developer/Library/uninstall-devtools

Provide to Uninstall All Versions of Xcode.

After that if U find still some problems in Reinstall download a
Fresh copy of Xcode!

Good luck!
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