Don't store absolute paths in .linq files if you also got the relative paths in there
When storing .LINQ files in source control, running them on multiple machines end up checking in minor changes very often, due to the absolute path of relative references also being stored, like this:
I suggest you don't store the absolute path when you also got the Relative attribute, so that the programs only change when you actually make a change, and not change because you happen to run them on a computer with a different path setup.
Lasse Vågsæther Karlsen commented
This would also help when sharing programs between multiple users, as long as the relative references work, the programs would not change just because a colleague opened up the program and executed it.