Is there a way to change the gnuplot home directory permanently to a home/user/gnuplot directory without typing
after every gnuplot start?
After looking around I found this link: http://www.gnuplot.info/docs_4.2/gnuplot.html#x1-6900018
Which has the following info:
which means that it reads into your home directory if the file is not found BUT it also checks for the GNUPLOT variable which contains the name of this directory. So just jumping into a conclusion I have not tested since I do not have gnuplot but yo might like to try it you can do something like this in the terminal:
the other is creating the file the program is looking for in the directory where the program is (gnuplot.ini) and if this file has some variable that tells it where to read, yo might like to try that other method.