[gobolinux-users] Manager bug? When using terminal for interaction, it cycles

MiG 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.

thank you,


InstallPack type.age  

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  
>> the
>> 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  
>> item
>> forever.
>> 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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