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Open dconf-editor Navigate to org.gnome.gnome-screenshot: org gnome gnome-screenshot Then enter a value for auto-save-directory in the format file:///path/to/directory/ e.g file:///home/yourusername/Pictures/screenshots/


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You can check the default values of your system in /etc/default/useradd or with sudo useradd -D, this will output the default value for $SHELL and other variables.


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Traditionally, by login(1): ENVIRONMENT login sets the following environment variables: HOME The user's home directory, as specified by the password database. SHELL The user's shell, as specified by the password database. Though these days it might be a window manager or terminal program making those ...



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