Currently Being ModeratedDec 15, 2011 1:31 PM (in response to kevin9739)Re: Podfarm for Ilok crash after install
I am not familiar with this issue but it looks like you my have a corrupt installation. Try this:
- Throw away all versions of POD Farm 1 or 2 applications to the trash from the Applications/Line6 folder.
- Manually search in the following locations and delete any of the files found from within each of these folders:
Library/Frameworks (look for L6WXTG and L6WXTY.framework and delete them)
Library/Application Support/Line 6
User/Library/Application Support/Line 6
User/Library/Preferences (Line6 preferences, should be something like com.line6.xxxxx, etc. Delete.)
- Empty the Trash.
- Next, go into Applications/Utilities and launch the Terminal application and type the following commands at the prompt:
- cd // (then press the enter key)
- cd /private/var/db/receipts (then press the enter key)
- sudo rm -i com.line6* (then press the enter key)
- Enter your Mac OSX account password. Note: you will NOT see the cursor acknowledge any characters being input; you will need to type your system password correctly and hit "Enter"!
- Type Yes to every option/question to remove Line 6 software components (there will be a good number of confirmations, FYI).
- Download and install POD Farm 2.51 from the Line 6 website.
Let us know if it works.
Line 6 Customer Support
Currently Being ModeratedDec 16, 2011 10:29 AM (in response to kevin9739)Re: Podfarm for Ilok crash after install
I think another thing to double-check is the permissions settings on a folder (we've started noticing this with the new Lion OSX releast), specifically here: Mac HD/[Your Mac OSX User Account Name]/Library/Application Support/
There should be a Line 6 folder inside that folder. If you Control+Click (or if you have a 2-button mouse, right-click) over the folder, do a "Get Info" and expand the Permissions field (at the very bottom of the list). Is this folder permission set to "Read Only"? If so, change it to "Read And Write", please.
Then, restart your Mac. When it's back up and running re-test. Did this help at all?
Currently Being ModeratedDec 20, 2011 5:59 PM (in response to kevin9739)RE: Podfarm for Ilok crash after install
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