Uninstall Mono on Mac OS X

To uninstall Mono on OS X utilize the uninstallMono.sh script. Where is it? How do you get it?

Utilize Finder to browse to /Library/Receipts. View the package contents of Contents/Resources/MonoFramework.pkg.

Drag a copy of uninstallMono.sh to the desktop. Open a Terminal window. Then cd desktop and run: sudo ./uninstallMono.sh and enter your password.

Mono on Mac OS X is then uninstalled (bin, Frameworks, etc.)

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10 Responses to Uninstall Mono on Mac OS X

  1. Daniel says:

    Thx, it worked. 🙂

  2. Pablex says:

    Thank! It works.

  3. Anonymous says:

    it didn’t worked for me. which pass do you mean?tnx in advance

  4. Matzen says:

    that was a really good tip!and I like your blog theme…

  5. kemiisto says:

    Very useful! Thanks a Lot!

  6. Anonymous says:

    A hint for newbies: use the general library folder, NOT the one under users -> Username. Works fine, thax!

  7. Dhawny says:

    ThanksIt worked fine!

  8. Anonymous says:

    THANK YOU!I was just looking for something to use instead of Silverlight, which is choppy as fuck (massive horizontal tearing). Pretty sad considering my hardware (2.5ghz core 2 duo). Silverlight is just shit.Anyway, I don't know what mono is for, but it looks like it's a geek thing. I just want to watch Wimbledon smoothly.Anyway, thanks for helping me uninstall this! If this is the way linux people use their computers, god help them.

  9. Pedro Leal says:

    Can’t locate that file in Lion… and I think there is only one Library in here so there is no mistake of looking in the wrong one… any help?

  10. namya says:

    thank you soo much for this wonderful and easy as fuck steps! i tried everything !!! nothing worked! it just did not show up on my mac!!! finaaly free of 400MB of unwanted shit!! all thanks to u !!! KUDOS!!
    -a highschool girl who really wanted some serious help!

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