- Open google-chrome located in /usr/bin with nano or your favorite text editor.
- Add “–user-data-dir” to the end of the file. Example below:
exec -a "$0" "$HERE/chrome" "$@" --user-data-dir
I’m pretty sure this can be accomplished through a script by echoing –user-data-dir to the end of the file, but echo -n doesn’t seem to work with the built in echo for Backtrack. Suggestions are welcome!