Terminal Command to Enable 32-bit Safari in 10.6

New Contributor III

Having trouble finding a command to accomplish this online, any input
-- Hasaan Herrington
Technical Support II
Information Technology
Anchorage School District
1602 Hillcrest Drive, Anchorage, Alaska, 99517


Valued Contributor II

I don't think there's a Terminal command to do so. When I had to do this for a 32-bit webplugin, I wrote an AppleScript which used UI scripting to Get Info on Safari.app, then check the 32-bit box. Thankfully, Citrix fixed their stuff to be 64-bit, so I canned the script. I'll have to check a backup tomorrow to see if I still have it...
On Jun 16, 2010, at 7:06 PM, Herrington_Hasaan wrote:


Contributor III

I've found that by checking the 32-bit box in "Get Info" it makes
adjustments to this file:


Hope that helps.

Steven Russell
Capistrano Unified School District
Technology Support Specialist
(949) 234-5500
ssrussell at capousd.org