If an installer file was corrupted during the download (which can happen due to network errors, problems with download servers, or even anti-virus software on your computer), CrossOver will continue to use that corrupted file until you remove the installer cache and try another install of the given package/application.
The absolute file path of the installer cache is as follows:
or, for games:
You can remove the installer cache with the following command in terminal:
$ rm -rf ~/.cxoffice/installers
If you're using a graphical file manager to find and delete this file, remember that "~/.cxoffice" is a hidden direcotry, so you'll need to reveal hidden directories with ctrl + H'' (on GNOME) or ''alt + . (on KDE)
Last modified on 2015-12-16 14:34:29 by Vince Lund
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