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  1. its on the end of the post!! https://drive.google...gUNRHdx96JlyvGY Any doubts, just say! =] “Rocksmith Toolkit.app” is damaged and can’t be opened. Downloaded twice (and killed the cache). Has anyone else got this to work? it explains what to do in the first page of this topic! Thanks Here's how to install Rocksmith Tools Launcher by turning off Gatekeeper ... Open the Terminal app from the /Applications/Utilities/ folder, and then enter the following command: sudo spctl --master-disable That worked.
  2. its on the end of the post!! https://drive.google...gUNRHdx96JlyvGY Any doubts, just say! =] “Rocksmith Toolkit.app” is damaged and can’t be opened. Downloaded twice (and killed the cache). Has anyone else got this to work?
  3. Ok. Sorry. I have been busy and forgot about doing this :-( First steps: 1) downloaded the Launcher and ran it. I comes up with the "App is Damaged Can’t Be Opened". But I already have the work-around to allow downloaded apps to run, so it is not a permission thing, so I presume macOS thinks there is an error. 2) Followed instructions (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fqzb4qpgcs) to fix the error $ sudo xattr -cr /Applications/Rocksmith\ Tools\ Launcher.app Password: xattr: [Errno 1] Operation not permitted: '/Applications/Rocksmith Tools Launcher.app/Contents/Resources/dosdevices/e::' xattr: No such file: /Applications/Rocksmith Tools Launcher.app/Contents/Resources/dosdevices/f: xattr: No such file: /Applications/Rocksmith Tools Launcher.app/Contents/Resources/dosdevices/e: xattr: [Errno 1] Operation not permitted: '/Applications/Rocksmith Tools Launcher.app/Contents/Resources/dosdevices/f::' xattr: No such file: /Applications/Rocksmith Tools Launcher.app/Contents/Resources/dosdevices/d: xattr: No such file: /Applications/Rocksmith Tools Launcher.app/Contents/Resources/dosdevices/d:: xattr: No such file: /Applications/Rocksmith Tools Launcher.app/Contents/Frameworks/libidn.11.dylib 3) tried running again. It does not get a screen error, but does not open. I have a look a the console and logs but I can't find anything obvious and kind find any obvious filter to use. I had a look in /var/log and /var/log/DiagnosticMessages again, nothing obvious. 4) I will try re-compiling wine 5.x next. I will keep you posted. Anything you want me to try?
  4. What help do you need? I have catalina and (almost) dev skills. I would like to help. What can I do?
  5. The bulk fix for the 100% bug seems to be to use the CFSM tool. Is there a mac/other solution?Does the tool fix the mac file as well - the _m.psarc file?So can I run the csfm tool in a windows VM on my mac to fix the CDLC's?Thanks. I love Rocksmith and CDLC.
  6. What command you used to get this to at least run on the mac? Thanks
  7. Thanks. It does look like that 'remastered.exe' is trying to open up a gui window as opposed to be a command line app (see my error messages above). On a mac we have to run it via 'mono'. I think there is a bunch of stuff put around the toolkit to get it to set up a gui. Your instruction above say to drag files in. Is there different functionality in remastered.exe that is not in dlcconverter.exe? Would converting to PC format then converting back to mac achieve the same functionality? I tried running a 'mac' to 'mac' conversion and it did not let me.
  8. remastered.exe does not seem to work on my Mac. Is it supposed to (like dlcconverter.exe) I run (like I do for the dlcconverter.exe): mono remastered.exe and get the following error: mono remastered.exe /Users/glamb/Library/Application\ Support/Steam/steamapps/common/Rocksmith2014/dlc/ACDC_Back-In-Black_v2_6_m.psarc Unhandled Exception: System.NotSupportedException: Specified method is not supported. at System.TermInfoDriver.set_WindowWidth (System.Int32 value) [0x00011] in <dca3b561b8ad4f9fb10141d81b39ff45>:0 at System.ConsoleDriver.set_WindowWidth (System.Int32 value) [0x00000] in <dca3b561b8ad4f9fb10141d81b39ff45>:0 at System.Console.set_WindowWidth (System.Int32 value) [0x00000] in <dca3b561b8ad4f9fb10141d81b39ff45>:0 at remastered.Program.Main (System.String[] args) [0x00000] in <dde371b32f7e4cb7b005e144dc90165e>:0 [ERROR] FATAL UNHANDLED EXCEPTION: System.NotSupportedException: Specified method is not supported. at System.TermInfoDriver.set_WindowWidth (System.Int32 value) [0x00011] in <dca3b561b8ad4f9fb10141d81b39ff45>:0 at System.ConsoleDriver.set_WindowWidth (System.Int32 value) [0x00000] in <dca3b561b8ad4f9fb10141d81b39ff45>:0 at System.Console.set_WindowWidth (System.Int32 value) [0x00000] in <dca3b561b8ad4f9fb10141d81b39ff45>:0 at remastered.Program.Main (System.String[] args) [0x00000] in <dde371b32f7e4cb7b005e144dc90165e>:0
  9. I still had this problem with the latest beta build 2.7.1.0 (rev 9ec31e2c) (to fix 100% complete issue) on Sierra. mono -V tells me I was on the latest version I uninstalled mono and re-installed it (4.6.1) Double clicking still get me the 'need version higher than 2.6' error. running 'open -a /Applications/RocksmithCustomSongToolkit.app' from terminal works. My current work-around is to create a bash script (/Applications/RocksmithCustomSongToolkit.command) that has the following: #!/bin/bash /usr/bin/open -a /Applications/RocksmithCustomSongToolkit.app 2>&1 /dev/null I then did a: sudo chmo uog+x /Applications/RocksmithCustomSongToolkit.app The redirecting to /dev/null does not seem to work. But double clicking now works and I can pin it. It opens a terminal in the background - but I can live with that. So there is something in my LD_LIBRARY_PATH or some such that works when I do something interactively that double clicking is not doing. Now to work out how to bulk update the CDLC from the command line.
  10. Did you start steam first? Did you place ONLY the '.......m.psarc' file in the dlc directory? (so no '...p.psarc' files in the dlc directory) Did you put RSInjector in your 'applications' and start if from there?
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