Way off topic but a Terminal question

I recently upgraded to an SSD as my startup drive and used SuperDuper to clone the MacHD. Everything works just as it should booting from the SSD and the original MacHD removed. I haven’t noticed anything peculiar happening as a result yet, but when I bootup I now get a Terminal message open up stating:

Last login: Sat Jun 14 07:42:28 on console
mac:~ MyName$ /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/NetInfo.framework/Versions/A/NetInfo ; exit;
-bash: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/NetInfo.framework/Versions/A/NetInfo: cannot execute binary file
logout
[Process completed]

Is there something I should be doing, deleting or fixing?

Cheers!


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I would run the Repair Permissions command in Disk Utility, either from a recovery partition, or from the original OS install disks (if any).

Walter

On Jun 14, 2014, at 3:08 AM, Kryten wrote:

I recently upgraded to an SSD as my startup drive and used SuperDuper to clone the MacHD. Everything works just as it should booting from the SSD and the original MacHD removed. I haven’t noticed anything peculiar happening as a result yet, but when I bootup I now get a Terminal message open up stating:

Last login: Sat Jun 14 07:42:28 on console
mac:~ MyName$ /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/NetInfo.framework/Versions/A/NetInfo ; exit;
-bash: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/NetInfo.framework/Versions/A/NetInfo: cannot execute binary file
logout
[Process completed]

Is there something I should be doing, deleting or fixing?

Cheers!


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Thank you Walt. As an afterthought, I posted on Mac-Forums which threw up some good advice also. Some of my startup files seem to be throwbacks to OSX 10.5 and earlier. A terminal question after SSD upgrade | Mac-Forums
Thanks for your response.


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When I have OS issues like this, I used to spend all day trying to figure out what the heck is wrong. These days, and as I grow increasingly more impatient (comes with age), I simply reinstall the OS. :slight_smile:


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