[Solved] More script issues, uninstall not working.
SO, my LG Display isn't working in macOS, windows is fine, but nothing in 10.12.6
I have tried to uninstall the eGPU script by running "sudo ./automate-eGPU.sh -uninstall"
ve tried to But no luck... it says "command not found" when I run it first time after entering my password, but doesn't even ask for my password the second time (just returns "command not found").
Any tips/suggestions? If it makes a difference the eGPU isn't plugged in (awaiting a new GPU).
You're probably in the wrong folder. You have to "cd" into the correct directory on the terminal. Check this
Hi, thanks for the reply, managed to get my head round that quicker than I expected... I've got this back from terminal... does that mean its succeeded or do I need to do another step?
"Background services unloaded.
Automate-eGPU uninstall ready.
Think it must have worked as my issues with my screen are gone! My god. So happy. Thank you so much.
Run the script with -skip-agdc and your LG 5K will be working, although your eGPU will be working only as CUDA accelerator w/ no video output.
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Thanks for the reply, I'm happy to not run the eGPU in macOS for now, I have taken my 1060 out and have ordered an RX 570 (finally!) so with a simple kext edit I should have plug and play in 10.13 and W10. Should... (famous last words).
(Also, I would need further explanation of how to run script with extra bits as I have no clue how it all works).