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Run true multiple process instances of gnome-terminal

If you have gnome-terminal running, and want a new instance of the program, you might think that running gnome-terminal & from a shell would do the trick. Astonishingly, this new instance behaves ...
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gnome-terminal stopped working

My gnome-terminal 3.16.2-1 stopped working after a system update. I am running Linux arch 4.1.6-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon Aug 17 08:52:28 CEST 2015 x86_64 GNU/Linux. When launching it I recieve ...
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Failed to get D-Bus connection: No such file or directory. $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR not set. libpam-systemd installed

I installed Yunohost on a LIME2 like I did with my Pi3 and now I have the same error as two months (see "Cannot enable user service. “Failed to get D-Bus connection: Connection refused” Support"), ...
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can't kill gedit process from its PID

This is the sequence of commands, gedit starts, but it cannot be killed from its process ID $ gedit& $ t=$! $ echo $t 4824 $ kill $t bash: kill: (4824) - No such process It would work just fine ...
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gnome-terminal do not start

I faced the problem when terminal do not start. I have look at related issue when locale do not supported. I have tried to update it, regenerate it - nothing help. Finally I have found next error ...
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Make user systemd service persistent

I have this ~/.config/systemd/user/weechat.service systemd service which worked fine but after system upgrade the process gets killed which it didn't do before. The process is killed immediately when ...
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How do I setup user autostart and properly configure systemd user services?

On my arch server, I was setting up users restricted to their home directories. I ran: useradd -m -s /bin/bash username and passwd username I've read this wiki article... I figured I should use ...
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Terminal doesn't open in Linux mint

I'm using Linux Mint. When I click on terminal, it doesn't open (there is no response.) How can I open it? Below information may be useful: Kernel: 4.4.0-21-generic x86_64 (64 bit) Desktop: ...
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sh-4.4$ how to log back into my default shell terminal?

When I open gnome-terminal, instead of presenting me with my default Bash shell, it shows: sh-4.4$ This began happening since I added DISPLAY=:0 to my crontab -e file which now looks as follows: ...
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How can I launch gnome-terminal remotely on my headless server? (fails to launch over X11 forwarding)

I have a headless VM (running Ubuntu server 17.04) that I use SSH to access. I'm comfortable with the basics of X11 forwarding, and I can forward xterm and friends just fine. XFCE terminal also ...
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Systemd user VNC service won't start automatically

I'm trying to start VNC server in systemd in user mode automatically after boot. Using Arch Linux running as virtual machine. VNC server is Tiger VNC: $ pacman -Qs vnc local/tigervnc 1.9.0-1 ...
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Can a system script to control a systemd user service?

I'm trying to write a "system sleep" script for systemd-suspend.service, to shutdown a user service before suspend (as it blocks suspending the kernel) and restart it after the system resumes. The ...
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How to cause copies of executables to open as separate processes?

I want to have renamed copies of some executables use different processes when executed. System: Lubuntu 18.04 Desktop 64 bit. For example: $ sudo cp -a /usr/bin/mate-terminal /usr/bin/mate-...
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Empty User Groups in Terminal Wrapper Applications

As of last Thursday, whenever I use any terminal (Konsole, Gnome Terminal, XFCE Termina, xterm), the groups are empty. $ groups tom When I execute the same command in a tty terminal outside of Xorg, ...
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Non x11 apps over x11

I am seeing odd behavior on my X11 server on CentOS 6. X11 Forwarding works as you would expect. I can ssh (with -Y or -X) from CentOS 6 and launch & display xclock, but I can’t do the same for ...