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Offline AJReissig

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Budgie desktop error reporting
« on: 30. August 2015, 03:05:45 »
I've been playing around with the Budgie community edition for the past few days...great distro!  One thing I've encountered is on boot I get the following error message:

Configured directory for incoming files does not exist  Please make sure that directory /home/manjaro/Downloads exists or configure it with blueman-services
The error message is easily dismissed, and only appears at boot.  I'm not sure how to solve the issue, though.  Also, I'd like to report the bug, but I'm unsure how to report it since this is a community edition.  Any help would be welcome.

Thanks!

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Re: Budgie desktop error reporting
« Reply #1 on: 30. August 2015, 09:58:03 »
What language did you boot with?
@Ste74: did you hardcode some? This folder is not always called Download.

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Re: Budgie desktop error reporting
« Reply #2 on: 30. August 2015, 17:09:32 »
hi; its mayby in the dconf ?

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sudo pacman -S dconf-editor
if you dont have the editor installed.

then go to  : org -> blueman -> transfers >

there must be a shared path, which path is it ?

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Re: Budgie desktop error reporting
« Reply #3 on: 30. August 2015, 18:44:03 »
Yep , thank you Ringo , dconf-editor is default program in budgie profile and ... yep in the key is marked Download folder ..
I not know why because not configurated then during the test to build the iso .. delete the value and upload the corrected dconf ...
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