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Hi,

I followed some instructions to install 'Sickbeard' via terminal and somehow got lost in the Terminal maze - it never worked so i just left it at that - no big deal - but ever since my Mac has been very slow as if it is working on things in the background - could this be the terminal commands that I entered?? .. and if so how do I reverse them???! ... These are the commands that I had entered...

10 ssh root@10.0.1.5
11 ssh root@10.0.1.5
12 ssh root@120.0.1.5
13 ssh root@10.0.1.5
14 sudo python setup.py install
15 sudo python setup.py install
16 cd /Users/Matt\ B/Downloads/Cheetah-2.4.4
17 sudo python setup.py install
18 cd /Applications
19 git clone git://github.com/midgetspy/Sick-Beard.git
20 cd /Applications/Sick-Beard
21 python sickbeard.py
22 cd '/Applications/Sick-Beard/' && '/usr/bin/pythonw' '/Applications/Sick-Beard/SickBeard.py' && echo Exit status: $? && exit 1

Any chance they could be causing a problem?

..Thank you!
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It might be. None of those commands are necessarily problematic in and of themselves although I don't know why you're ssh'ing four times in a row.

The last line is where "SickBeard" is executed. It's executed by the Python interpreter which can be killed (quit) easily with the following command:
Code:
killall Python
If SickBeard is still open, that will kill it. Note though that will kill other Python apps open.

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