Thursday, June 29, 2006

Netbeans and profile space

Netbeans also decides, by default, to put it's state in the default user directory, which is in profile space.

Edit the /etc/neatbeans.conf file (it's in the Netbeans application directory, where it was installed). Change that to something nice.

I tried copying the old directory to the new location, and starting Netbeans - in the hope it would remember the settings, projects, etc. But no, it didn't. Created a new project importing old source...


Anonymous said...

Hell yeah, been searching for a solution for days! Finally something that works!

Anonymous said...

Thanks, You've just saved my C: drive :)