Report Change Data Location in Linux Posted February 18 I changed my system again and installed a zfs based home dir and again not be able to change the data location to something I wanted and KNOW that it is not a removeable device (why would you do that to any *nix user anyways? I mean.. I break my system regularly because I am stupid and not because I put conf-files on usb drives?!) I had a look through all the current posts and found something interesting: /home/$USER/.config/sinew.in/Enpass.conf which is where all the nice settings are stored BUT you need to now all the settings to modify it. Happily I was able to change my data location on my OLD machine and could have a look there what was in the conf file which was not on a brand new on: ChangedLocationPath=NEWPATH and changedBackupPath=NEWPATH There are couple of questions about that conf file: - why would you use different styles for conf-pars? uppercase, CamelCasse and just lowercase? - why would you not have all the settings that are set-able in there in the beginning? TLDR: edit /home/$USER/.config/sinew.in/Enpass.conf and add ChangedLocationPath=FULLPATH AND make sure that you copy old files there!