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PostPosted: Wed, 05-08-15, 7:51 GMT 
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Fairly straightforward. Currently I know that I can extract add-ons into /usr/share/celestia/extras. But I'd rather put them in my $HOME directory. Can it be done?


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PostPosted: Wed, 05-08-15, 17:12 GMT 
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Yes,

From celestia.cfg:
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# You may specify additional add-on directories by adding additional
# entries, such as the following example shows:
# ExtrasDirectories  [ "extras" "myextras1" "myextras2" ]
#
# To specify absolute paths on windows, you either have to use "/" or
# double backslashes to seperate path components. Example:
#   ExtrasDirectories  [ "D:/celestia-extras" ]
# or
#   ExtrasDirectories  [ "D:\\celestia-extras" ]
#------------------------------------------------------------------------
  ExtrasDirectories  [ "extras-standard" "extras" ]

Append to (or replace) the bit between the []'s with any location you like.

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PostPosted: Thu, 06-08-15, 3:15 GMT 
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I have two celestia.cfg files, one in /etc, one in /usr/share/celestia

If I put $HOME/.celestia in there will it resolve to the home directory of whoever is running it?


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