This morning I tried to reinstall gnome terminal and got no dice. I wonder if something like mate-terminal might work, but not really good with advance stuff. So it is deffennetly very strange since it just stoped working rite out of the blue. Oh well.
On 6/28/17, 3:45 AM, "arch-general on behalf of Andrew Barchuk" <email@example.com on behalf of ***@raindev.io> wrote:
I'd try to go to a virtual console (usually Ctrl+Alt+FN, N = 1..12, F1
is probably your desktop environment) and use journalctl to find some
logs related to gnome-terminal. Also having access to a command line you
can install some other terminal emulator to be able debug issues from
your graphical environment. Running gnome-terminal from a terminal
emulator (not from virtual console) should give you a pretty good idea
what is going wrong.