[gobolinux-users] Manager bug? When using terminal for
interaction, it cycles
mig at 1984.cz
Wed Jun 22 12:07:18 GMT 2005
So what should I do when I want to use Manager as non-root?
There is sudo text, but no "Password: ". Password dialog appeared
in that small terminal window before.
We trust you have received the usual lecture from the local System
Administrator. It usually boils down to these two things:
#1) Respect the privacy of others.
#2) Think before you type.
On Wed, 22 Jun 2005 15:54:33 +0200, André Detsch <detsch at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/22/05, MiG <mig at 1984.cz> wrote:
>> I don't know why, but after some KDE configuration Manager doesn't show
>> it's small terminal window.
>> So I had to enable "Use terminal for interaction" and run Manager from
>> parent terminal.
>> (btw: do you know why the terminal window disappeared?)
> The terminal window is not needed for normal usage. BTW, it was kept
> because of the 'Abort' and 'Pause' buttons. These buttons send a
> signal to the whole group of processes (since, for example, Compile
> call its own subprocesses), and if Manager is not called through a
> terminal, the WM itself catchs the signal too.
> To reenable the terminal widow, go to the desktop shortcut properties
> Application->Advanced Options->(X)Run in terminal
> In the Terminal Option, you can paste:
> --geometry 1x1 --noscrollbar --noframe --notoolbar --nomenubar
> --caption "Manager Shell"
>> Terminal interaction works but never ends - it repeats the last queue
>> During terminal interaction the main application is freezed so I have to
>> kill it all.
> Ok, I just reproduced it here (there was a long time since I last
> tested the 'Terminal Interaction' mode). Going to fix it soon, thanks
> for the report.
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