How to get rid of this?

This java command line tool keeps popping up every time I boot up and i can’t figure out how to get rid of it!
Im running Mojave on an Macmini 2012
Does anyone know how to remove it? It seems to be related to Adobe Flash which I uninstalled, but it still keeps showing up.
Any ideas, thanx


There is no screenshot or any other kind of display what you see. So it is quite difficult to answer your post…

Sorry, got interrupted by my kids

How to FIX: JAVA command line tools needs JDK (Mac OS X).

Step 1. Delete " file

1. Using Finder click Go to Folder
At the search box type: ~/Library/LaunchAgents/


3. Right-click at the “com.facebook.videochat.USERNAME.plist”* and select Move **to Trash ***
JAVA command line tools needs JDK

4. Then Empty Trash .
5. Restart you MAC and your problem should be gone. *


This is what shows…
Theres no facebook.videochat in there. Perhaps its Adobe related?


yes, it certainly is. Perhaps an old version of Photoshop? " Older software such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator requires legacy Java support. Without a compatible Java command-line tool for these software, you’ll get this pop-up every time you turn on your Mac computer."

So should I instead get the java command tools as I have adobe suite CS6 onboard?
How would I do that?

Yes - here:

Fix Java Command-Line Tool Pop-Up on Mac OS X

Thank you Jan, all good now

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