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[Résolu]Perte de toutes les préférences (après changement home folder)

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Bonjour à tous,

Tout d'abord j'espère que ce genre de questions est accepté aussi sur le forum.


Voila, comme certaine personne j'ai un disque dur SSD d'une centaine de Giga, et un Disque dur data de 2 tera.


Ce soir, je voulu changer mon répertoire utilisateur. Je suis donc allé dans préférences/utilisateurs/ clic droit puis j'ai changé le répertoire sans soucis (une partition à part).

Lion m'a demandé de redemarré, mais au redemarrage, j'avais perdu toutes mes préférences : mes plugins dans la barre du finder (iStats), mes préférences du dock, etc....

Pire la plupart des appris ne se lancent même plus.....


J'ai pourtant bien suivi la procédure lue sur plusieurs sites.


Auriez vous une idée de comment rétablir le soucis ?

Par avance merci

Edited by gostbuster
Aucun problème pour ta question ! :)

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comme je l'ai dis sur le forum anglais, impossible de récupérer ses préférences en changeant de home folder.

Par contre, aucun soucis pour revenir en arrière.

Je me suis donc résolu à symplement créer des liens symboliques vers les principaux dossiers de mon home folder.


Le problème est donc contourné !

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tu n'as pas dit quelle version de Lion tu as ?


peut-être qu'en mettant à jour ou même refaire la dernière mise à jour si tu es à la 10.7.5, cela pourrait remettre les pendules à l'heure ! Ne sait-on jamais !


quoi qu'il en est , je mets [Résolu] ! ;)

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J'ai Lion 10.7.4, et j'envisage effectivement la mise à jours vers 10.7.4. Cela dit, je doute que cela aurait changé quelque chose....

C'était systématique, j'avais beau changer de home folder, hop je perdais toutes les préférences.


J'ai cherché les fichiers ou étaient stockés ces préférences, pour les mettre dans le nouveau home folder, mais j'ai rien trouvé... je n'ai pas pu les identifier seulement....


Merci pour le résolu, je trouvais pas comment faire.

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