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i don't understand what you want to do, if you just want a "terminal emulator" then there is a terminal emulator in all linux/unix OS distributions. if you are trying to start a bash without a gui terminal then I don't think that is possible, terminal emulator are front-ends to shells like bash.
You can use gonme-session-properties. Just execute it from your shell prompt (gnome-terminal): $ gnome-session-properties This will open a GUI where you can configure (i.e., add, edit, remove, enable and disable) startup programs. Nice and easy. Enjoy. Update: As noted by don_crissti (thanks) in the comments below, the gnome-session-properties startup ...
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