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#55
Hi Eric -

Thanks for the very clear instructions on your blog, they're really helpful.

I'm still having problems, due, I'm sure, to an error on my part, but I don't know enough about what I'm doing to figure it out.

I followed your step-by-step to create the symlink, which shows up in the top level of my Home directory, not in Application Support. If I move the symlink to the Application Support folder, and double-click on the symlink, it gives this message:

"The operation can't be completed because the original item for "Logic" can't be found."

And if I open Logic, it starts to download the basic package again.

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Myles

EDIT: One thing that I'm uncertain about is this - if I drag the Application Support folder to the Terminal after dragging the Logic folder on the external drive into terminal, there's a space between "Logic" (the name of the folder on the external drive) and /Library/Application Support/. If I press enter, I get a "permission denied" message. If I delete the space, I get the symlink as described above, in the top level of my home folder, and it doesn't work.
#56
Hi Myles.

The space is crucial as it defines the end of the target and the beginning of the destination.
Try writing sudo ln -s and drag and drop the folders again.

I'm not really sure why you are getting a symlink at the top level of your home folder.
What is the name of the external drive and folder where you want the content downloaded to?
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