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Run this: sudo apt-get install gnome-terminal This will install gnome-terminal.


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Simply open any working terminal that you do have, and enter: sudo apt-get install gnome-terminal You should be good to go! You can also see this thread How to set custom keyboard shortcuts from terminal? as to how to set a custom key command, so that CTRL + ALT + t opens the terminal or program you choose, specifically, gnome-terminal. So, for ...



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