The first thing you’ll need to do is create a custom configuration file.
You’ll want to include an icon on the desktop that looks like a bookmark.
For this tutorial, we’ll use a bookmarked icon in the sidebar and a small icon on a new tab.
Once you have the configuration file in place, open up the command prompt.
The command prompt is available on all Macs.
Now, you’ll want the file to be named “lego-installer-configuration.ini” in your home folder.
Open up the file, and then navigate to the following line: /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.lego.installer.configuration_1.0.0_x86.x86_64.bundle/installer/install_1_0.x64.x32.bin.bak The .bin file contains the configuration for the app.
Here, we’re going to create a folder with the name “Lego Installer”.
Go ahead and create a new folder.
Go to /Library and create an empty folder called “Legos”.
Open up /Library-Recycle-History and find the .bin folder.
Save it to the same folder as the .com.
The next step is to go to the /Library directory and delete the folder named “LegOs” from there.
Now you should have a new directory named “Installer” with a folder called ‘Legos’ named “installer”.
Next, go to /System and create the folder “LegO”.
Create the folder.
Finally, open /Library to delete the files that are not necessary.
Now open up /System/Library/Logs and locate the .log file.
Now we have a nice little log file with the information that we’ve collected from the process we just installed.
Now let’s open up our newly created /Library folder and find a file named “Installed_Legos.log”.
We’re going now to delete that file from there and go to Finder.
Open the Finder and go back to /Applications.
You can now see the /Applications folder.
We have a few more items to clean up.
Open Finder and select the folder that you just deleted from the /System directory.
In Finder, go into the Finder menu and select “View” in the left pane.
Scroll to the bottom of the pane and select Show All Items.
This will show all your files and folders.
Next, you can go back into Finder and delete any files or folders you don’t need.
Open a Command Prompt window.
If you don´t have an active Finder session, you will see the window disappear.
Next we’re looking at the contents of the “Installing_LegOs.log” file.
We will want to locate the path to the file.
The Path is a string of characters that represents a folder or file path.
In this case, we will want the path “LegOS-install_x64-1.7.2-1-arm-unknown-linux-gnueabihf.app”.
So open up a Command prompt window again.
If this is the first time you have opened the Command Prompt, it is probably because you did not save the new folder as a regular folder.
If so, save the folder as an empty one.
Next navigate to your desktop and go into your Finder window.
The Finder window will disappear and then reappear.
Now click the File menu at the top of the Finder window and select Open.
If the file is opened correctly, you should see a prompt that asks you if you want to open the file as an application.
Select “Yes” to do so.
Now that we have the file opened, we can delete it from the Finder.
Go into the File Manager, right click on the “Legs” folder, and select Properties.
From the Properties window, click the Delete button.
Next to the File Properties window that you see, click on “Delete All” and then click OK.
Now the “Lists all installed apps” section will open.
You will see a list of installed apps.
Right click on one of them, and click Properties.
In the Properties Window that you will be viewing, click “Delete all”.
Next to that you should now see a file called “Libraries.txt”.
Now right click the “Library” folder in the Finder, and you should be able to open that file.
Next you will want a new text file named Libraries.
Now just click the new file and then delete it.
Next step is going to be to create the “Install” command.
Open Command Prompt and navigate to “/Applications/Legos” and delete it and then “Legoat”.
Next step in this tutorial is to create an app.
Create an app with the command “LegoS”.
Now we’re gonna go back in our Finder and create another folder called Legos.