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Upgrade to Ventura ok but at logon keep rebooting/crashing

Joined
Jul 30, 2011
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Motherboard
Asus Z170 Pro Gaming
CPU
i7-7700
Graphics
RX 5800
Mac
  1. MacBook Air
  2. Mac mini
Classic Mac
  1. iMac
  2. Portable
  3. Quadra
  4. Xserve
Mobile Phone
  1. Android
  2. iOS
Hi

The upgrade from 12.6 to 13 went well.
To be honest it was pretty quick (HP Probook 440-G7 i5/32Gb SSD/M2 OC84)
got back to login ok
logon fine then keep reboot or else.
Found the culprit (my bad), it was little snitch 'fault' I was running 5.4.x and forgot to disable/remove it before the upgrade.
To get the system back I did the following
boot the recovery
open terminal
on /Volumes/.../LibraryLaunchAgents and /Volumes/.../Library/LaunchDaemons I move the following file to
/volumes/.../users/Shared
the files are
at.obdev.littlesnitch.daemon.plist
at.obdev.littlesnitch.agent.plist

rebooted the Mac and now all working.
I had to make inactive Little snitch from Network to get back onto the internet...

Now install 5.5...
Will see.
 
Joined
Jul 30, 2011
Messages
68
Motherboard
Asus Z170 Pro Gaming
CPU
i7-7700
Graphics
RX 5800
Mac
  1. MacBook Air
  2. Mac mini
Classic Mac
  1. iMac
  2. Portable
  3. Quadra
  4. Xserve
Mobile Phone
  1. Android
  2. iOS
Little update

I installed latest 5.5 but laptop still reboots after login.
done as above once more.
This time I have uninstalled it
I am using the default (supplied) WiFi card in the Probook.
and the latest stable version of itlwm 2.1.0
it seems if I try/have the WiFi enabled, no SSID showing and the laptop will crash.
May be because little snitch is/was present?

I have installed the Alpha version of the itlwm 2.2.0
rebooted
Wifi turned on when I logon and laptop connected to AP
so far no crash.
since I do to want to try again little snitch I am using right now
LuLu from objective-see
Granted it is not as pretty as little snitch but it does the job

if I use cat5 directly. No crashes or only when little snitch was on.

Now some may asked, how I knew (or pretty sure) it was little snitch at the 1st place.
Easy... I have a spare laptop as test (same model but less ram and only m2) which I upgraded to Ventura and it was ok.
But little snitch was not installed and it was wired.
 
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