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Auto shutdown at night after High sierra upgrade [Resolved]

I upgraded to macOS High sierra and now my system shuts down automatically at night. This is quite annoying.

I tried looking in System Preferences > Energy Saver > Schedule… settings but, there's no schedule set.

Can someone please help me with this.

I am using MacBook Pro 15" Mid 2015


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Asked May 14, 2018
Posted Under: Apple
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Installing "command line tools" solved this issue. However, I have no clue how they are related.

To install command line tools run following command in terminal.

xcode-select --install

credit: banjara
Answered May 14, 2018

Installing "command line tools" solved this issue. However, I have no clue how they are related.

To install command line tools run following command in terminal.

xcode-select --install

credit: banjara
Answered May 14, 2018

I have had the same issue each day since installing High Sierra. However, in my case, the computer doesn't shut down, but rather goes into deep sleep. I called AppleCare and they acknowledged the issue and said they are working on it.


credit: Mike Williamson
Answered May 14, 2018
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