I pressed Shut Down, and the the same happens again, and again and again. I started the recovery mode, checkt my hdd and everything was fine. I tried this work around:
mkummer wrote:walkindude wrote:- Booted into Recovery
- Launched Terminal
- Ok, maybe the following step is a little bit weird.. but for me it was the quickest path - launched 'Disk Utility' from it, like:
/Applications/Utilities/Disk\ Utility.app/Contents/MacOS/Disk\ Utility
In Disk Utility I mounted my system's drive.
- Closed 'Disk Utility'
- In Terminal I removed the following directory:
rm -rf /Volumes/<your system's drive name>/Library/Extensions/LittleSnitch.kext
or just rename it somehow.
- Spinning circle, after which system successfully booted.
Thanks for that. Good to know, there is a fallback.
I was not able to delete the LittleSnitch.kext with terminal so I started in Safe Mode and deleted the file with Finder but that didn't helped. My last idea was to reinstall HighSierra but this also failed by an installer com.apple.osinstall-error -3. Now I got really stuck in trouble, Safe Mode doesn't work any more, verbose boot also. Can anyone help me? Cant believe that a simple Update can crash my Mac this hard. Formatting my HHD is not an option I will loose to much un backuped data.
Thank you so much and greets. 12557