I have the following problem (not a bug!) when using GRAMPS on Linux (or perhaps it is just me not knowing how to use it properly).
I was migrating my system to another pc and - after a backup with ALL my data including all media files - I run into the issue that Gramps creates a new folder, like
NAMEOFTREE_2013-10-07.gpkg.media/Familytree/Docs/... in my home folder, instead of preserving the original folder structure, which was
Familytree/Docs/.... When I now copy the folder
NAMEOFTREE_2013-10-07.gpkg.media, then all media links are broken.
Is there a way to easily conduct a complete migration with GRAMPS with all data including media from one PC to another (I have not found out yet)?