Selfcontrol App For Mac UPD
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Start up SC again. You'll get timer at all zero's (SC thinks it's tomorrow [and so will everything else on your machine, which is why you want to check time-sensitive things beforehand] ) and likely a message 'stuck' or something like that. un-stuck it. Now you'll get the standard timer selection. You can set it for the minimum--15 minutes--and let it run out again, to get a more graceful time-out. Now you can go into your blocklist and delete everything there, start it up again for 15 minutes and run it out. In fact I recommend you delete everything there, because selfcontrol can really crap your system, especially when you have other blocking elements (system security blocking, lulu, etc.) competing.
Save this file with the .plist extension under /Users/your-username/Library/LaunchAgents/my.selfcontrol.launcher.plist. If the Library folder is hidden, you can open Finder, press CmdShiftG and paste /Library to open it.
Here is a small utility that helps to schedule SelfControl: -selfcontrolWith this you could easily create a schedule to run daily from 12am to 11.59pm.This utility directly uses the command line API of SelfControl and doesn't need to store your admin password in a file.
The advantage of running Selfcontrol as a root cronjob is that this way it already has \"administrator rights\" (root access), and there is not need to give it an administrator's password. Selfcontrol will run with the current settings. You can see these either using the selfcontrol app or from the command-line using
Similarly, you can modify the settings using defaults write ..., so you could ensure that selfcontrol runs with the settings that you want by adding another cronjob to set-up selfcontrol just before it starts. For example, adding the line 153554b96e