So, if I run a program through the menus in gnome-shell, is there a way to view
stderr? Or is there some kind of hack to achieve this functionality?
Or is everything just sent to
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The command suggested by don_crissti didn't show anything for me, but I just do:
in a terminal tab that I always leave open (and opens automatically on boot) so I have realtime feedback of all logging from systemd on my computer.
If desired, you can use the match filters from journalctl to limit the noise, but for now I like to have everything at hand.