Author Topic: bug report: relative bts_wallet datadir  (Read 1182 times)

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Offline bytemaster

Correct, but if you specify the path as the first argument then it will use that.   Wrap in a bash script to run from anywhere

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Offline aasl

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Hi. I find that the datadir for bts wallet is located on the directory of the current terminal, not the absolute path (e.g. $BTS_HOME/datadir). This means that if I issue bts_wallet command somewhere else (e.g. I run $HOME/BitShares/bts_wallet/bts_wallet instead of cd $HOME/BitShares/bts_wallet/; ./bts_wallet   I cannot view my balance because a new datadir is created on $HOME). I think we need a absolute path for BTS wallet on the same machine.