Hello gnome-terminal

Mike Meyer mwm at mired.org
Sat Oct 1 02:20:29 CEST 2005


egbert <egbert.bouwman at hccnet.nl> writes:

> When I start the following script in a gnome-terminal:
>
>     #!/usr/bin/env python
>     import os
>     print "hello gnome-terminal"
>     print os.environ["PYTHONPATH"]
>     
> I see the expected results in the same gnome-terminal window.
>
> However starting this same script via a launcher in a panel,
> a new gnome-terminal window is opened for output only,
> and PYTHONPATH is an unknown entity.
> How can I open a terminal over whose environment and

X has been breaking environments this way for decades. You have two
choices:

1) Tell gnome-terminal that it needs to start a login shell, assuming
   you can.

2) Move the setting of PYTHONPATH into a different startup file, one
   that will be executed by all shells when they start.

Whatever you do, don't ask about .MacOSX/preferences.plist.

         <mike
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