James E Lang schrieb:
[All of this misses my point which is that the installer requires
space on one specific volume (I.e. on C:) and that this disk usage
apparently cannot be redirected to another volume (e.g. D:). It looks
like I might be able to migrate one application (Pegasus Mail) from
volume C: to volume D:. That's simply a work-around — not a fix for
the basic problem.]
I have shown some ways to get LibreOffice to drive D. Which parts of
them have you done?
(1) Put the downloaded file on drive D.
(2) Put the unpacked download files on drive D.
(3) Install LibreOffice to drive D.
If you have done all that and still cannot install, have you tried an
administrative installation to drive D too?
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