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[Cura 2.6.2][GNU LINUX][Solved] The settigs are not saved

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Posted (edited) · [Cura 2.6.2][GNU LINUX][Solved] The settigs are not saved

Hi everyone! I'm recently download the Cura-2.6.2.AppImage for Linux S.O It's amazing! but... it cannot save the settings, when i close the program and re open it, seems like the first start always and i have to reconfigure all over again :(

Someone have that problem? any ideas how i can fix it?

Thakyou! :)

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Posted · [Cura 2.6.2][GNU LINUX][Solved] The settigs are not saved

I have the same problem on Mac. Always have to re-enter machine settings.

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Posted · [Cura 2.6.2][GNU LINUX][Solved] The settigs are not saved

Could you post logs?

I'm currently running cura on Fedora, and it saves the settings.

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Posted · [Cura 2.6.2][GNU LINUX][Solved] The settigs are not saved

Thks nallath, i reviewed the logs and i found a problem with some permission, for some reason the cura folder in the .config/ was owned by the root user, a simple sudo chown -R solved the problem:)

vamtastic check the folders owners if you are lucky that could be the problem also.

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