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A nice way to rename all folders is to (temporarily) change Gnome's language to EN, restart, and upon next login you should automatically be asked if your standard folder should be changed. If, for some reason that does not happen, you will have to run the program: xdg-user-dirs-gtk-update.

The folders are defined in this file: ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs. (To edit it manually: gedit ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs).

For more info: man user-dirs.dirs.

A nice way to rename all folders is to (temporarily) change Gnome's language to EN, restart, and upon next login you should automatically be asked if your standard folder should be changed. If, for some reason that does not happen, you will have to run the program: xdg-user-dirs-gtk-update, or in non-Gnome environment, use xdg-user-dirs-update.

The folders are defined in this file: ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs. (To edit it manually: gedit ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs).

For more info: man user-dirs.dirs.

A nice way to rename all folders is to (temporarily) change Gnome's language to EN, EN (e.g.), restart, and upon next login you should automatically be asked if your standard folder should be changed. If, for some reason that does not happen, you will have to run the program:

xdg-user-dirs-gtk-updatexdg-user-dirs-gtk-update
, or in non-Gnome environment, use xdg-user-dirs-update.

The folders are defined in this the file: ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs. (To edit it manually: gedit ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs).~/.config/user-dirs.dirs).

In a non-Gnome, or even non-Desktop environment, you should edit the content of ~/.config/user-dirs.locale to e.g. en_US, and then run

xdg-user-dirs-update

For more info:

man user-dirs.dirsuser-dirs.dirs
man user-dirs.conf
man user-dirs.defaults
.

A nice way to rename all folders is to (temporarily) change Gnome's language to EN (e.g.), restart, and upon next login you should automatically be asked if your standard folder folders should be changed. If, for some reason that does not happen, you will have to run the program:

xdg-user-dirs-gtk-update

The folders are defined in the file: ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs. (To edit it manually: gedit ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs).

In a non-Gnome, or even non-Desktop environment, you should edit the content of ~/.config/user-dirs.locale to e.g. en_US, and then run

xdg-user-dirs-update

For more info:

man user-dirs.dirs
man user-dirs.conf
man user-dirs.defaults