This is only important if you have an older version (1.0.x-y) and/or you use linked folders (like IntelliJ).
It will never change anymore, but sometimes I can delete accidentally my data from the ramdisk, so I refactored the name instead of:
now it is called
(hidden by default) and if you accidentally deleted, it will be auto-recreate (this is always visible - a symlink)
If you are linked to IntelliJ for example, you have to recreate the symlink in your home.
For example, migration looks like this:
exit intellij if you have linked sudo p3x-ramdisk stop rm -rf ~/ramdisk/persistence sudo npm i -g p3x-ramdisk sudo p3x-ramdisk install $USER sudo p3x-ramdisk start so you are already linked into p3x-ramdisk, here (if you are not linked, do not delete and do not execute below, only if the intellij data is linked and you are sure it is a symlink ) ll ~/.IntelliJIdea2018.1
lrwxrwxrwx 1 patrikx3 patrikx3 94 Apr 14 19:34 /home/patrikx3/.IntelliJIdea2018.1 -> /home/patrikx3/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdisk-persistence/content/.p3x-ramdisk-link/.IntelliJIdea2018.1/
MAKE SURE YOU EXIT FROM INTELLIJ.
If you are sure it is a link, you can recreate like:
rm ~/.IntelliJIdea2018.1 ln -s ~/ramdisk/.p3x-ramdisk-persistence/content/.p3x-ramdisk-link/.IntelliJIdea2018.1/ ~
Now you are safe.