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@section installationDirectories User and Installation directory separatio n @section installationDirectories User and Installation directory separatio n
When Stellarium searches for data, texture and other files it looks in two separate locations: When Stellarium searches for data, texture and other files it looks in two separate locations:
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<li>The <b><em>User Data Directory</em></b>, which stores per-user copies o f any customised data files. <li>The <b><em>User Data Directory</em></b>, which stores per-user copies o f any customised data files.
It is the place where Stellarium saves the configuration file, recorded scr ipts and can also be used to override files in the <em>Installation Data Di rectory</em> if the user wishes to customise Stellarium. The location of th is directory varies depending on the operating system. It is the place where Stellarium saves the configuration file, recorded scr ipts and can also be used to override files in the <em>Installation Data Di rectory</em> if the user wishes to customise Stellarium. The location of th is directory varies depending on the operating system.
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<tr class="header"><td>OS</td><td>Location</td></tr> <tr class="header"><td>OS</td><td>Location</td></tr>
<tr class="stel"><td>Linux / BSD / other POSIX</td><td><tt>$HOME/.stellariu m</tt> where @c $HOME is your home directory.</td></tr> <tr class="stel"><td>Linux / BSD / other POSIX</td><td><tt>$HOME/.stellariu m</tt> where @c $HOME is your home directory.</td></tr>
<tr class="stel"><td>Windows 2000 / XP</td><td>This is the <tt>Stellarium</ tt> sub-directory of your users application data directory (usually somethi ng like <tt>C:\\Documents and Settings\\YOURUSERNAME\\Application Data\\Ste llarium</tt></td></tr> <tr class="stel"><td>Windows 2000 / XP</td><td>This is the <tt>Stellarium</ tt> sub-directory of your users application data directory (usually somethi ng like <tt>C:\\Documents and Settings\\YOURUSERNAME\\Application Data\\Ste llarium</tt></td></tr>
<tr class="stel"><td>Windows Vista</td><td>This is the <tt>Stellarium</tt> sub-directory of your users application data directory (usually something l ike <tt>C:\\Users\\YOURUSERNAME\\AppData\\Roaming\\Stellarium</tt></td></tr > <tr class="stel"><td>Windows Vista / 7 / 8</td><td>This is the <tt>Stellari um</tt> sub-directory of your users application data directory (usually som ething like <tt>C:\\Users\\YOURUSERNAME\\AppData\\Roaming\\Stellarium</tt>< /td></tr>
<tr class="stel"><td>MacOS X</td><td><tt>$HOME/Library/Preferences/Stellari um</tt> where @c $HOME is your home directory. Note that you may have to ch ange explorer's settings so you can view hidden files before you can naviga te to this directory.</td></tr> <tr class="stel"><td>MacOS X</td><td><tt>$HOME/Library/Preferences/Stellari um</tt> where @c $HOME is your home directory. Note that you may have to ch ange explorer's settings so you can view hidden files before you can naviga te to this directory.</td></tr>
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The directory tree within the <em>User Data Directory</em> is the same as t he <em>Installation Data Directory</em>. Any file which exists in the <em>U ser Data Directory</em> will over-ride that in the <em>Installation Data Di rectory</em>. The directory tree structure within the <em>User Data Directory</em> is the same as the <em>Installation Data Directory</em>. Any file which exists in the <em>User Data Directory</em> will over-ride that in the <em>Installati on Data Directory</em>.
For example, to modify the position of a nebula texture, the user may copy the <tt>nebulae/default/nebula_textures.fab</tt> file from the <em>Installa tion Data Directory</em> to the <tt>nebulae/default</tt> sub-directory of t he <em>User Data Directory</em> and modify it there. In this manner, each u ser on a multi-user system may have their own customized Stellarium data fi les. For example, to modify the position of a nebula texture, the user may copy the <tt>nebulae/default/nebula_textures.fab</tt> file from the <em>Installa tion Data Directory</em> to the <tt>nebulae/default</tt> sub-directory of t he <em>User Data Directory</em> and modify it there. In this manner, each u ser on a multi-user system may have their own customized Stellarium data fi les.
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<li>The <b><em>Installation Data Directory</em></b>, which is where the pro gram executable, libraries and all data files which are distributed with th e program are installed. <li>The <b><em>Installation Data Directory</em></b>, which is where the pro gram executable, libraries and all data files which are distributed with th e program are installed.
It is the place where Stellarium's data files are installed on your compute r. This directory varies depending on the operating system. It is the place where Stellarium's data files are installed on your compute r. This directory varies depending on the operating system.
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<tr class="header"><td>OS</td><td>Location</td></tr> <tr class="header"><td>OS</td><td>Location</td></tr>
<tr class="stel"><td>Linux / BSD / other POSIX</td><td>It depends on the in stallation prefix used when building Stellarium. If you built from source, and didn't explicitly specify an install prefix, the prefix will be @c /usr /local. Typically, pre-built packages for distros will use the @c /usr pref ix. The <em>Installation Data Directory</em> is <tt>$PREFIX/share/stellariu m</tt></td></tr> <tr class="stel"><td>Linux / BSD / other POSIX</td><td>It depends on the in stallation prefix used when building Stellarium. If you built from source, and didn't explicitly specify an install prefix, the prefix will be @c /usr /local. Typically, pre-built packages for distros will use the @c /usr pref ix. The <em>Installation Data Directory</em> is <tt>$PREFIX/share/stellariu m</tt></td></tr>
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