Re: Postflight script failing to execute from a package.

  • Hi Matt,

    The "postflight" script of your package must be named "postflight" NOT

    Double check the executible bit.

    Also instead on using the identifier com.mycompany.myapp in the

        "open -b com.mycompany.myapp"

    (If you are using the identifier make sure it is the right one.)

    try using the name of the application.

    eg. "open /Applications/"

    Run the postflight script from the terminal and check if the script is
    working i.e it launches your required application.

    Also when you are installing anything it is ABSOLUTELY MUST that the
    right owners and permissions are set.

      e.g  for Applications and kexts the permissions must be atleast like
    the following

                                              Owner                Group
    Permissions                          root                    admin

    MyDriver.kext                      root                    wheel

    I wrote a script same as yours , my postflight is working.

    Hope this helps you



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