[digiKam-users] In which folder Digikam puts its database?
mnaugendre at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 22:16:43 GMT 2018
Thank you very much for your answer.
I'm now back to the right database, but ... one of my collection/external
drive now appears twice, but not exactly in the same manner, as one of them
seems to have lost (at least) all the pictures grouping (see screecopies
I need to remove one of them, but it has to be the one that has no grouping
information. How can I know which is which? I tried to rename one of them
in the album panel, but this is not allowed.
Thanks for helping,
2018-03-09 20:38 GMT+01:00 woenx <marcpalaus at hotmail.com>:
> I assume you're using linux. In my case (ubuntu 16.04), the three database
> files (digikam4.db, thumbnails-digikam.db and recognition.db) are located
> /home/<username>/Pictures by default. If your computer is configured in
> another language, the name of the folder can change (e.g.
> /home/<username>/Images ?)
> If you are not sure of which set of databases is the right one, I'd first
> back them up (just copy them in some other place) in case you break
> You can tell Digikam the location of your database in "Settings, Configure
> digikam, Database", where you can enter (or browse) the path to your
> In the case you changed where your pictures are stored, digikam may not
> them because the database tells it where to look for them. There is a
> change you can make to correct the path to your collections, but you need a
> software to edit the database, like "sqlitebrowser".
> Follow the instructions in this page in order to do so:
> I hope I helped!
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