Recently installed SetApp and was enjoying the benefits.
I think somehow in that process, the rest of my HD free space got used up.
Now I can’t get it to boot up to a point where I can do anything…like uninstalling SetApp until I figure out my HD space issues.
At what point does it hang exactly?
Can you boot while holding down
cmd (⌘) + V? This will put all sorts of text on your screen while booting, and give much more info to you (and us). If you could post a picture of that, with at least the last ~5 lines clearly readable, that would probably help.
If you are sure it’s because of a disk space issue there are a few things you could try. Just from the top of my head:
- If you have an external disk you could install macOS on that, boot from it, and delete some files from your Mac HD that way.
- Maybe you can still boot into safe mode (hold down
shift (⇧) while booting) and delete files from there.
- Boot into single user mode (hold down
cmd (⌘) + S while booting) and use a command line interface
But some info from a boot using
cmd (⌘) + V would really help a lot.