Somehow, when I start my X session in Ubuntu 16.04, I get a Gnome Terminal window with 6 tabs and they all works as expected except for the last tab. That one loses the Esc-p / Alt-P functionality.
Since it works in the other 5 tabs, my idea would be that's because it is the last tab. At the same time, if I close that tab and reopen a new one, that new one works as expected.
That terminal window gets opened automatically whenever I open my X session.
Another thing that does not work either is Ctrl-d. The first time I hit that one, I get a
^D in the console and it does not get killed.
As a side note, one thing that I do in my
stty -ctlecho so I do not get the
^C all the time (which otherwise prevents me from using copy/paste!) So it feels like that specific like does not get executed since I see the
^D when typing the Ctrl-d key in the console.
What could be going wrong?
The concerned binaries:
alexis 23335 22889 0 08:31 ? 00:00:22 /usr/lib/gnome-terminal/gnome-terminal-server alexis 23376 23335 0 08:31 pts/19 00:00:00 bash alexis 23377 23335 0 08:31 pts/20 00:00:00 bash alexis 23378 23335 0 08:31 pts/21 00:00:00 bash alexis 23379 23335 0 08:31 pts/22 00:00:00 bash alexis 23387 23335 0 08:31 pts/23 00:00:00 bash alexis 23430 23335 0 08:31 pts/24 00:00:00 bash alexis 24960 23335 0 08:53 pts/5 00:00:00 bash alexis 25387 23335 0 09:02 pts/6 00:00:00 bash