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Hi,

I'm trying to do the same thing. I have a macbook pro 10.6. The problem is I installed it and followed the directions. After installing it and restarting my computer a bunch of (I think they are called) "ghost files" appeared on my desktop and on my main harddrive and maybe other places. So want to uninstall Wireshark and everything that came with it, including the X11 app that came with it and ALL those "ghost files" that came with it. A detailed step-by-step answer would be much appreaciated. Thank you

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What are some examples of these "ghost files"?

The X11 app doesn't come with Wireshark, it comes with OS X. It might get installed on demand when you first try to run an X11 app, such as Wireshark.

(24 Aug '12, 19:42) Guy Harris ♦♦
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