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Title: How are the default user folders in the home created for a new user?
ID: /2018/08/12/How-are-the-default-user-folders-in-the-home-created-for-a-new-user_
Created: August 12, 2018
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The defaults can be examined using:

$ cat /etc/xdg/user-dirs.defaults
# Default settings for user directories
# The values are relative pathnames from the home directory and
# will be translated on a per-path-element basis into the users locale
# Another alternative is:

If you don’t want a specific subdirectory created put a # in front of it to comment out the line.

The sub-directories aren’t created until the user logs in with a GUI: Create default home directory for existing user in terminal

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