I thought I'd try to the one-get meta package manager that Microsoft has included in Windows 10. I found this useful article that goes over how to use
it. One open source software that I had yet to install on my computer is LibreOffice, so after install the package provider
chocolately, I then ran the following the command and it appears to install. However, I can't find any information about where it installed. I found that it created a folder in
C://chocolately, but that appears to be mostly empty. Is there anything else I need to do to install LibreOffice?
get-packageprovider -name chocolatey install-package libreoffice
Output after get-package provider:
Name Version DynamicOptions ---- ------- -------------- Chocolatey 22.214.171.124 SkipDependencies, ContinueOnFailure, ExcludeVersion, ForceX86, PackageSave...
There is no output after install-package libreoffice, however if I remove it and then reinstall it I get this output
The package(s) come from a package source that is not marked as trusted. Are you sure you want to install software from 'chocolatey'? [Y] Yes [A] Yes to All [N] No [L] No to All [S] Suspend [?] Help (default is "N"): Y Name Version Source Summary ---- ------- ------ ------- libreoffice 5.1.1 chocolatey LibreOffice is the free power-packed ...