I actually deleted some files (Privateframeworks), so I can only boot to the commandline.
I can see the directory in .Trash. Is there some command so that I can restore it
(I have tried mv, cp -r etc).
-Alternatively - how can I get to boot so I can use the finder, or make sure I have a backup of the directories in trash?
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