Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1258823
Message “Configured directory for incoming files does not exist” is shown when installing in one language and switching to another later
Last modified: 2017-12-12 05:03:57 EST
Created attachment 1068965 [details]
- I installed Fedora-Workstation-netinst-x86_64-23_Beta_TC1.iso in Italian
- After the installation, I logged into Gnome and then changed the language
to Spanish and the region to Spain using the gnome-control-center.
- Then I log out and in again to make the change effective
- When logging in again into Gnome a dialog is shown:
Configured directory for incoming files does not exist
Please make sure that the directory “/home/mfabian/Scaricati”
exists or configure it with blueman-services
This message is apparently shown by “blueman-applet”.
After the installation in Italian, the directory /home/mfabian/Scaricati
[mfabian@Fedora-Workstation-netinst-x86_6 ~]$ ls
Documenti Immagini Modelli Musica Pubblici Scaricati Scrivania Video
“Scaricati” means “Downloads” and after changing to another language
and logging in to Gnome again, some dialog offers to rename
these folders into the new language. After accepting this rename,
there is no folder “Scaricati” anymore. But “blueman-applet”
still looks for the “Scaricati” folder on each login.
When blueman is started without a path for incoming file transfers it asks GLib for the user's Downloads directory and stores this as the initial setting. If that folder is removed the setting needs to be changed.
This package has changed ownership in the Fedora Package Database. Reassigning to the new owner of this component.
The problem still exists in Fedora 25 Alpha.
It still exists in the released version of Fedora 25.
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