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So I am using Komodo edit, and it thinks that my current directory is /home/username1/ Yet my files are in /home/username1/workspaces/ruby/project1

Why won't Komodo recognize that my working directy is that of the current file? Same with situation when I use Komodo Edit to launch a command ("ruby [complete path+file name]"), ruby can't find its require dependencies unless I give a complete path because it too seems to think it is working out of /home/username1/

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From here:

You can use a completely custom Komodo user data directory by setting the KOMODO_USERDATADIR environment variable. I.e. export KOMODO_USERDATADIR=/tmp/komodoide51

You can use similar approach with ruby - look in the ENVIRONMENT section in the man file:

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