Nextcloud client config file linux

Hello

I changed my local folder name. Is it possible to change name in client config file so client will find folder again without remove and add account?

Also if this is not possible, where are the settings stored for client on linux (linux mint 18)?

They are not as expected in ~.nextcloud or ~.config/nextcloud

Thanks

Hi,

I ran into the same issue a while ago.
the config file is resides under ~/.local/share/data/Nextcloud/nextcloud.cfg

IMHO this should be added to the official documentation though:
https://docs.nextcloud.com/desktop/2.3/advancedusage.html#configuration-file

greetings

STonE

Hello guys it seems the path to the cfg file has changed to /home/username/.config/Nextcloud this path is not deleted when nextcloud gets uninstalled please fix this!

Hello all,
I just set up a second Instance of Ubuntu 18.04 on a second Partition.
To set up nextcloud-client (Vers. 2.6.4) in the new Instance I had to copy both! (folders) of your suggestions.

  1. ~/.local/share/data/Nextcloud/
  2. ~/.config/Nextcloud/
    If you have (like me) the same username you just need to make sure, you copy with the same owner or if you copy under root you have to change the owner to the copied files. I copied them as root using doublecommander and used the option “copy with same owner”.
    Then I deinstalled nextcloud-client on my first Instance.
    Hope I could help.
    Michael