Hello , I ran this 'gconf-cleaner' just for the sake() on My Debian Box.
If I launch "gnome-terminal" from Applications Menu or from a panel icon ,it works with default $HOME directory(default behaviour). But ,with custom keyboard shortcut for Gnome Terminal in Gnome-2.30(Can set via menu System>Preferences>Keyboard Shortcuts),it opens in root directory.I mean in "/" directory. The Easy fix is to assign 'gnome-terminal --working-directory=%f ' or something similar.
Is there a way to fix this Behaviour without adding any lines to ~/.bashrc etc ?
BTW ,$HOME variable is correct.rest everything is Fine.
When you type
Run the gconf editor from Applications > System Tools > Configuration Editor and have a look at the value of this key. You'll probably find that instead of being just "gnome-terminal" it has extra arguments such as
If it doesn't, then your default profile may have something unusual set in its preferences. In Terminal, select Edit > Profile Preferences and go to the Title and Command tab. Clear the boxes for "Run command as a login shell" and "Run a custom command instead of my shell".
Note that the
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