I was torn on whether or not to ask this in the Linux forum. I think it is more of a technology question since you guys might know Electrum more then pure linux folks. For some reason I am drawing a blank here. I want to permanently change the default wallet path within Electrum. In order to do that I need to designate the Electrum path upon start to a personally named wallet. Lets call it xyz_wallet for this example. Electrum out of the box looks for a default wallet and always open it. If I go into home and delete the default wallet, the next time I start Electrum it makes me create a new default wallet. It only takes a few seconds to open my other wallets but I just want that default wallet gone! My new xyz_wallet will be my default and I can terminal any needed changes quite quickly once I learn the command to alter the path within Electrum. Linux OS: Currently Electrum defaults to: user/home/.electrum/wallets/default_wallet I just want to change the opening path to my named wallet. Why? If I get careless and accidentally use the default wallet (since it opens without my request upon start) I may give out a receiving btc address on a wallet I don't use. I could process the coins out to a wallet I do use, but I don't want the hassle.