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Greetings,

I installed Wireshark 1.6.7 on a 32-bit Intel processor MacBook running OSX 10.6.8.

I now understand I need Wireshark for Snow Leopard and performed the uninstall process up to "remove access_bpf group".

How do I perform this step?

Thank you for your help.

Regards.

asked 10 May '12, 21:02

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edited 11 May '12, 01:24

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Start a terminal window and run this command:

sudo dscl . -delete /Groups/access_bpf

Regards
Kurt

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answered 11 May '12, 00:55

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Thank you Kurt -- dscl "worked as advertised"

Regards, Jim

(11 May '12, 02:47) BeachsideJim
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@BeachsideJim

I converted your "answer" to a comment as that's how this site works, see the FAQ for info.

Also, if Kurt has provided an answer for your issue, you should accept it by clicking the checkmark icon next to the answer. This lets other folks coming after you know that it was a good answer for the issue.

(11 May '12, 03:06) grahamb ♦
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