Laravel Herd

Documentation for macOS

Uninstalling Herd

Uninstalling Herd

In case you want to uninstall Herd from your machine, perform the following steps:

  1. Quit Herd by clicking on the icon in the menu bar and selecting "Quit".
  2. Run the following command in your shell. This will reset the permissions of Herd to start its services.
    $ sudo rm /etc/sudoers.d/herd
  3. Delete the ~/Library/Application Support/Herd folder.
  4. Remove Herd from your Applications folder.
  5. Open your ~/.zshrc or ~/.bashrc file and remove the modifications to the PATH environment variable that Herd injected as well as all other Herd related modifications that are marked with # Herd.
  6. Go to /etc/resolver/test and either delete this file or check its contents. This maps all domains with .test to a local nameserver and can be removed if it's only pointing to
  7. Delete the last config traces from the system defaults with defaults delete de.beyondco.herd

Re-installing Herd

  1. Uninstall Herd as described above.
  2. Download the latest version of Herd from the website and install it from scratch.