“Practical tips” to solve the error after installing inode in MAC system: libcoreutils.dylib

0x01: Introduction

Recently encountered “prompt” on macbookair utility inode   “Libcoreutils. Dylib” will cause damage to your computer, resulting in the problem that inode cannot be used normally. As shown in the figure:

0x02: solution

Refer to the Internet and find the solution: inode for Mac MAC MAC system reports an error after installing inode – know the community

The steps are as follows:

It’s a sip problem. SIP is turned on after a system update and needs to be turned off

During our development, sometimes we need to copy files to the folders restricted by the system when we install some tools and software, and sometimes we even need to change the files restricted by the system. At this time, the Mac will prompt that the system files cannot be modified. At this time, if we want to continue the operation, we must turn off the “system integrity protection” mechanism (SIP) of the Mac

1. Check SIP status

Enter csrutil status in the terminal to see whether it is enabled or disabled.

2. Turn off sip

1 restart the Mac, press and hold CMD + R until the apple logo and progress bar appear on the screen, and enter the recovery mode; 2. Find the utility (the third from the left) in the toolbar at the top of the screen, open the terminal, and enter: csrutil disable; 3. Turn off the terminal and restart the MAC; 4 after restart, you can view the status confirmation in the terminal.

3. Turn on SIP

Similar to the closing step, just enter csrutil enable in S2.

4. M1 chip solution

When the M1 chip computer is turned off, long press the start button until the setting button appears ⚙ After release, it will enter the recovery mode. Open the terminal, enter csrutil disable, and then enter, and then enter y, and then enter here. After entering the password and executing sip, it can be closed and restarted directly

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