I have a user account at my local library (they use openslx), in which I can store files. My actual home folder is "mounted" (I'm not sure how) in
/home/[my_userID]/PERSISTENT instead of
After logging in, an
xterm window is started, the window manager is openbox. With logging out, everything not stored in
PERSISTENT is deleted in
/home/[my_userID]. (The complete message is shown below.)
When I change the configs of
mousepad, e. g., the config file is stored in
/home/[my_userID]/PERSISTENT/.config/Mousepad and I have to copy the file(s) manually for storing my configuration for the next session.
To solve this, I've copied all the dotfolders from
$HOME right after every login, but I'm sure there's a faster and way more elegant way to deal with this issue.
Is there a way to link to the dirs with a single entry in
ATTENTION: This is the non-persistent home directory! Files saved here will be lost on shutdown. Your real home is under /home/sj126/PERSISTENT Please save your files there.