LucidLink Filespaces shows up for the user and application convenience as a mount-point that is generic for each operating system. This allows for a lot of collaborative setups to utilize the same path to resources across different users.

For a particular user or application workflow you can relocate your Filespace folder mount-point within the user space. Please reference this article on how to change your Filespace location. 

Windows: a Quick Access link is available within Explorer.

L:\

macOS: a Favourites link is available within Finder.

/Volumes/<filespace>

Linux: a Lucid mount-point is available on the Desktop.

/media/<filespace>

Filespace cache and file index metadata (root-path) and (config-path) locations are located in the user profile or home folders as hidden ".lucid" subdirectories. 

To clean up after uninstallation please follow this article.

Inside the .lucid folder you will find your log files, configuration files and individual subdirectories for each Filespace previously connected. 

Each Filespace has a unique identifier (UID) and will be represented as its own folder containing the metadata and cache data.

You can identify your Filespace UID via Lucid CLI:

lucid status

The LucidLink client root-path and config-path can also be relocated to a specific disk. Please reference this article for details.