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    1. How to Delete my Preferences Folder [Linux]

      To delete your preferences, first make sure the game is closed then please do the following: - Go to home - Go to local - Go to share - Go to Sports Interactive - Delete the ‘Preferences’ folder Please bear in mind, these are not your save games or the same folder which contains these, this folder is completely unrelated. Upon deleting your preferences your in-game preference settings will be restored to default, so the folder will be regenerated when you launch the game. The nex
    2. How to Delete my Cache Folder [Linux]

      In Football Manager 2017 there are two ways of deleting your cache files. The first can be done in game by going to: FM -> Preferences -> Interface Under 'Skin' click the 'Clear Cache' button. When prompted select ‘Yes’. You will now need to restart Football Manager 2017 for these changes to take effect. To delete your cache outside of the game, please follow the instructions as stated for your Operating System: To delete your cache from outside of the game, first make sure th
    3. How to find my Hardware Profile [Linux]

      To find your Hardware Profile on Linux follow the instructions below: - Type the following into Terminal: sudo lshw -html > hardwareprofile.html - Go to home folder to locate "hardwareprofile.html"  
    4. How to backup Football Manager files [Linux]

      All your Football Manager game files can be found in the following location by default: /home/documents/Sports Interactive/FM2017/ We very much suggest having auto save turned on to weekly or fortnightly with ‘New File for Each Auto Save’ so you always have a recent backup of your save. If you find you have a large number of backup saves, you can manually delete them from the location show above. You can change you auto-save settings via the in-game preferences at any point. Bear in min
    5. How to Upload a file to our FTP to be checked [Linux]

      From time to time, we will ask you to provide us with more information on a particular bug which we will ask you to upload to our public FTP site. We very much recommend using Filezilla to do this: Download the Filezilla FTP Client from HERE (Filezilla is Free Opensource) Make sure you download the client and NOT the server Once the file has downloaded, use an unzip program to extract the files in the zip into a folder on your hard drive (an example of an unzip program is 'W
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