I have installed recently python3 (3.6.4) on my computer (CentOS 6). I can run it, program with it, and even managed to create a desktop shortcut, by putting "idle3" as a command (If I were to just put "idle", it would open python2). But the problems comes when I what to save the scripts, or when I want to open/save a file.
The python, for what it seems, it has the default directory
/home/Barlonium. When I want to open/save a file, I have to change the directory manually, which is annoying.
I have looked for ways of changing the commands of the shortcut, by trying to change the current directory:
cd /home/Barlonium/"Python Projects" && idle3
But I receive the following error:
Details: Failed to execute child process "cd" (No such file or directory)
I have tried to look for some document that contains the path or even how to change it permanently in the shell, but I can't find it on the net.
I want to change it permanently to
/home/Barlonium/Python Projects. How can I do it?
P.S.: I'm not really sure if it in this section (unix.stackexchange), but on stackoverflow the Linux's tag clearly says that if it's not a linux-programming issue, this would be the appropriate site.
EDIT: Maybe it will help you helping me, but the shortcut seems to be an application of type
EDIT2: Resuming my problem, I don't know how to open python on a different saving folder. How can I do it, either permanently or with the shortcut commands (like I describe on the post)?