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Re: Solved: Why is a terminal in F9 starting in ~/Documents?



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Steven W. Orr wrote:

>>No! This is a problem in the way the X server is configured. The xterm 
>>just starts in the directory that it's started from. It's the server 
>>that's in the wrong directory.
>>
>>Is no one else unhappy with this?
> 
> This is not the perfect solution, but it actually  solves two problems. 
> This may not be perfect for you because you might like one aspect but not 
> the other.
> 
> Change the line in /etc/xdg/user-dirs.conf from 
> enabled=True
> to
> enabled=False
> 
> Then I deleted the Videos, Pictures, Music, Documents, Public, etc, which 
> I do not want in the first place.

could be that i do not have problem you have is that i do not have
file '/etc/xdg/user-dirs.conf', therefore x server is not confused
with where to start a terminal.
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