user-dirs.conf (5) - Linux Man Pages
user-dirs.conf: configuration for xdg-user-dirs-update
NAMEuser-dirs.conf - configuration for xdg-user-dirs-update
The /etc/xdg/user-dirs.conf file is a text file that controls the behavior of the xdg-user-dirs-update command. Users can have their own ~/.config/user-dirs.conf file, which overrides the system-wide configuration.
The following keys are recognised:
- When set to False, xdg-user-dirs-update will not change the XDG user dirs configuration.
- This sets the filename encoding to use. encoding can be an explicit encoding name, such as UTF-8, or "locale", which means the encoding of the users locale will be used.
- The system-wide user-dirs.conf file is located in this directory. The default is /etc/xdg.
- The per-user user-dirs.conf file is located in this directory. The default is $HOME/.config.
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