DisableProgram

Lucas C. Villa Real edited this page Aug 2, 2016 · 1 revision
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Sometimes it's desirable to keep a program installed on its directory, but not reacheable through the /System/Links tree. DisableProgram can be used to remove all the symlinks related to a given program, while still maintaining it on the file system.

Usage: DisableProgram <program></program> [<version></version>]

Options:

  • -h, --help - Shows this help.
  • -v, --version - Show program version.
  • -V, --verbose - Enable verbose mode.
This script "disables" a program in the system, while keeping it in the /Programs hierarchy. To "re-enable" it, run SymlinkProgram. If version is not specified, Current is assumed.

Examples:

DisableProgram GCC 2.95.3