SOLVED Libertine: gnome-terminal doesn't even start
I recently started to check out Libertine. I'd like to have a terminal and installed gnome-terminal.
Although stated here that it works, for me it doesn't.
Right after der screen showing the logo, it disappears and nothing else happens...
What might have gone wrong (Volla Phone)?
XTerm seems to work, but doesn't give me a keyboard, so I can't type anything...
And what exactly are 'lish' and 'lirsh'? Terminals, too? How do I get to them (couldn't figure that out)?
FakeShell last edited by
Have you tried using the trick that i mentioned here?
First open the terminal app and run: libertine-launch -i xenial bash
then do the following:
Exec=gnome-terminal must be edited to Exec=dbus-launch gnome-terminal. There are multiple Exec entries in the file do this for all of them.
You can open the file with nano
if nano isn't installed you can install it using libertine manager in settings.
@fakeshell something seems to be wrong. Without sudo I had a lot more errors. With sudo I got:
phablet@ubuntu-phablet:~$ sudo libertine-launch -i xenial bash ERROR: ld.so: object 'libtls-padding.so' from LD_PRELOAD cannot be preloaded (cannot open shared object file): ignored. sudo: /usr/bin/sudo must be owned by UID 0 and have the »setuid« bit set
I'll have to solve that first... From what I read I have to newly setup the whole system..
This must've been caused by the Libertine install. I never had problems with sudo before...
Got my "root" shell in the libertine container. In the terminal, the following works:
libertine-container-manager exec -c bash
Keneda last edited by
I link @dobey post so that's clearer.