Underneath the UI, Mac OS X is unix like, so I assume, this command in a terminal should be able to find the location the easy-installer puts it’s logfile and/or downloaded images:
sudo find / -type d -name easy-installer
Not sure if sudo is needed, but I guess running the command as non-admin-user will print lots of “access denied” messages that’ll make it hard to read the actual output. And I guess the command will take quite some time to complete.
Other than that the command searches from the top-level root folder ("/") all directories ("-type d") that match the name we’re looking for ("-name easy-installer").
As written in the other topic, from looking at the source code it should be either “/tmp/easy-installer” or “<the ‘installation’ path>/bin”
If you want to search for all log files, the command should be
sudo find / -type f -name "*.log"
If that gives strange errors, it might be necessary to try without
sudo or use
'"*.log"' instead of