Many thanks Dan, that was exactly the pointer I needed.
On 10/03/2022 13:12, Dan Lewis wrote:
It is the last line of bootstrap.ini that needs to be modified. This is
something that I have been doing for a very long time. This is the line:
Since I am using Ubuntu, this is in the bootstraprc file. What I have
been doing is to change the 4 to the version including major changes.
For example, this is the line I use for 220.127.116.11:
For the 18.104.22.168, I use 7.2 instead of 7.3. This allows me to set the
properties for these installations completely different. For example,
one was used to open an embedded database while the other was used to
connect to an HSQLDB version 2.+ when I needed to do so. Even so, I
would not guarantee the results on windows since I have stopped using it.
On 3/10/22 7:11 AM, Dave Barton wrote:
MS have set their attack (so called security) software to cripple the
excellent Separate Install GUI program (Se Bug 147831). Now I have to
manually set up parallel installs of different versions. Unfortunately,
installing 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 in parallel causes them to create
unwanted common profiles. I suspect that the bootstrap.ini needs to be
modified to prevent this, but I am not sure what needs to be
added/changed in the ini file. Here are my bootstrap.ini files:
LibreOffice Fresh 188.8.131.52
LibreOffice Still 184.108.40.206
Obviously a VM is a kludge workaround that I prefer to avoid.
Any pointers would be welcome.
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