Ubuntu: Where did blender generate the system-info.txt file?



Question:

Today I launched Blender and asked it to generate system info as I was curious what this button what do:

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And after pressing that this came up:

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I also got this in Terminal:

Info: System information generated in 'system-info.txt'  

However, after searching through my entire computer with the search feature (including hidden files in the search), and looking in predictable places such as /tmp and ~/, I can't seem to find it anywhere... So that is really my question, where has this file been generated?

Information Update:

Also, this may, or may not, be relevant, but upon every startup of Blender I get this error message in Terminal:

connect failed: No such file or directory  

OS Information:

Description:    Ubuntu 15.04  Release:    15.04  

Package Information:

blender:    Installed: 2.72.b+dfsg0-3build1    Candidate: 2.72.b+dfsg0-3build1    Version table:   *** 2.72.b+dfsg0-3build1 0          500 http://gb.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ vivid/universe amd64 Packages          100 /var/lib/dpkg/status  


Solution:1

This question does not concern Ubuntu but rather blender, however I still have an answer for you.

Blender has its own text editor which you can open by selecting text editor from the current editor button.

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After you are in the text editor simply select the browse text button (icon that looks like a notepad) and select system-info.txt.


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