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Old 09-24-2007, 02:58 PM
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Growl 1.1.1 and "mailme"

I'm having trouble on one machine with Growl not seeing (or being seen by) SuperDuper. When I do a backup from the GUI, I get the mailme notification I've specified, but when the same setting is run from the SD schedular, nothing happens; Console doesn't show a Growl "notification," and no email is sent;

It all seems to work on my G5 Quad (10.4.10), but not on a new Intel iMac (10.4.10); So I want to completely uninstall Growl and SuperDuper and start over. I did the "uninstall" procedure from the 1.1.1 download, and dragged the preference file from <username>:libraryreferences to the trash and emptied the trash. Then rebooted and did the install again. Same deal with SuperDuper 2.1.4 (dragged the SD application folder to the trash, did a "find" on SD files and trashed them) (this is all on the Intel Mac: the G5 works fine).

Interestingly, Growl still seems to remember my old SuperDuper configuration in the Growl preferences. What file am I missing so I can get a clean Growl nd SD installation? (or alternatively, does anyone know why Growl notifications might work from SD run from the GUI but not from the SD scheduler?)

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Old 09-24-2007, 04:01 PM
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Have you tried deleting and recreating your schedules? Also, try rebuilding your "Launch Services" database, Ed... (use Onyx/Cocktail/soemthing like that).
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Old 09-24-2007, 04:41 PM
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Yes, I've done that, and I guess I'll try the launch services repair. I'm a little nervous about rebuilding (I use the command line posted in these forums) since everything else seems to work, including the sometimes problematic Adobe CS3.

I'll report back after I've tried the rebuild.

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Old 09-24-2007, 04:44 PM
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OK. I don't think it'll hurt Adobe at all, Ed.
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Old 09-25-2007, 12:53 PM
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I did the launchservices rebuilt and there is no change: growl gets a "registered" entry in the console log and mailme works if a backup is initiated via the GUI; no Grown entries or mailme occur at all if the backup occurs due to a scheduled item.

My next action is to remove the growl tickets from user:library:application%20supprt/growl.

If that doesn't work, are there any hidden superduper files I need to remove to deinstall superduper? My next approach is to completely remove superduper and growl, and then install them again, hopefully with a completely clean slate.

I see the growl and superduper plist files in user:libraryreferences (com.blacey.superduper!.plist and the the various other SuperDuper! saved settings growl items via Finder FIND), but my question is, are there more?

I want to wipe it clean to start again.

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