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    Main Menu Maintenace scripts
    bobtomay's Avatar
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    Main Menu Maintenace scripts
    Anyone have this issue running the maintenace scripts?

    Here is my log.

    Running daily maintenance scripts

    Sun Dec 2 14:05:51 CST 2007

    Removing scratch and junk files...
    touch: /var/msgs/bounds: Permission denied
    rm: ./.BlankFile: Permission denied
    find: ./launchd: Permission denied
    find: ./mds/65: Permission denied
    rm: ./mds/system/mds.install.lock: Permission denied
    msgs: only the super-user can use the c flag

    Checking subsystem status...

    ruptime: no hosts in /var/rwho.

    Rotating log files...

    - system.log
    mv: rename system.log to system.log.0: Permission denied
    touch: system.log: Permission denied
    /Applications/MainMenu.app/Contents/Resources/MainMenuCron: line 102: kill: (12) - Operation not permitted

    Sun Dec 2 14:05:52 CST 2007

    Maintenance scripts complete

    All the Maintenance scripts come back with permission denied.
    Verify and repair permissions has been run.
    Have not found any info on this as of yet.
    Already e-mailed Main Menu developer also.
    I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
    In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.

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    MacHeadCase
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    Emailing the dev is very good, bob! That helps him tweak his app so it can be even better.

    I am running Tiger and do not see these messages: it comes out clean every day:

    Running daily maintenance scripts

    Sun Dec 2 09:20:23 EST 2007

    Removing scratch and junk files...

    Backing up NetInfo data...

    Checking subsystem status...

    ruptime: no hosts in /var/rwho.

    Rotating log files...

    - system.log


    Cleaning web server log files...

    Sun Dec 2 09:20:24 EST 2007

    Maintenance scripts complete


    Maybe it's a Leopard thing and it isn't as compatible as we all thought. Keep us up to date if the developer replies. I would imagine he will. Keeping my fingers crossed for ya.

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    Main Menu Maintenace scripts
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    I knew I'd figure it out as soon as I posted it.
    Bought Xslimmer last week and just moved my entire Apps folder into it.
    Cut just over 2GB of space out.

    Just now went in and deleted the slimmed down version of Main Menu and re-installed it. Now get a clean log.

    Now I have to e-mail both of them...
    I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
    In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.

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    Main Menu Maintenace scripts
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    Good to hear. I have not had one issue with MainMenu and Leopard since MHC turned me on to it! Great little utility!

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    Main Menu Maintenace scripts
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    Yeah, now if Apple could take care of the wireless issue under Leopard I'd be a happy camper.
    I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
    In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.

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