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USER-DIRS.CONF(5)		 File Formats		     USER-DIRS.CONF(5)

NAME
       user-dirs.conf -	configuration for xdg-user-dirs-update

DESCRIPTION
       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:

       enabled=boolean
	   When	set to False, xdg-user-dirs-update will	not change the XDG
	   user	dirs configuration.

       filename_encoding=encoding
	   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.

       Lines beginning with a #	character are ignored.

ENVIRONMENT
       XDG_CONFIG_DIRS
	   The system-wide user-dirs.conf file is located in this directory.
	   The default is /etc/xdg.

       XDG_CONFIG_HOME
	   The per-user	user-dirs.conf file is located in this directory. The
	   default is $HOME/.config.

SEE ALSO
       xdg-user-dirs-update(1)

XDG							     USER-DIRS.CONF(5)

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