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The program Terminology works perfectly only in guest session. Normal user or root experience following error:

ERR<9467>:terminology main.c:3001 elm_main() Could not initialize key bindings. ERR<9467>:efreet_cache lib/efreet/efreet_cache.c:1108 on_send_register() org.enlightenment.DBus.Canceled Canceled by user. CRI: lib/eet/eet_lib.c:626 eet_shutdown() eina_log_print() unknown domain -1, original message format 'Init count not greater than 0 in shutdown.'

syslog:

failed to rescan: Failed to parse /usr/share/applications/terminology.desktop file: cannot process file of type application/x-desktop

As-WARNING **: failed to rescan: Failed to parse /usr/share/applications/bamf-2.index file: cannot process file of type text/plain

Gs-WARNING **: failed to get updates: no results to show

find $HOME -name "*terminology*" - shows empty config folder

terminology.desktop file looks for me ok: http://pasteall.org/81724

All non-guest users cannot open terminology as well.

The problem persists after purging and reinstalling emulator.

Searching for the answer I stumble upon the guest user session: why unity is able to use an application library in such a different way from unity in regular user session ? To make it understandable, maybe leads to further solution? Does it make sense for you? What is the background of these issue and how to solve it?

  • Does it work if you create a new, non-guest user? If this is the case, you have leftover configuration files in your home directory. – Andrea Lazzarotto Sep 25 '16 at 6:45
  • Could you paste the contents of the terminology.desktop file mentioned in the log? – Andrea Lazzarotto Sep 26 '16 at 11:29
  • Please edit your question to include the relevant information. Also, the output of find $HOME -name "*erminology*" will probably help. :) – Andrea Lazzarotto Sep 26 '16 at 12:03
  • «there is no other relevant information as that what I already wrote about» You keep linking a pastebin-like website instead of adding the information to your question. Comments could be deleted at any time and the question would be left without those pieces. – Andrea Lazzarotto Sep 26 '16 at 18:27
  • @user43484 Below your question there is a button "Edit". Click that and add all the information you posted into comments into the question. This is going to be much more useful than leaving everything in the comments – Sergiy Kolodyazhnyy Sep 26 '16 at 18:31
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This terminology has some problem with transparency settings and breaks. I didn't find the solution so need to run it without transparency (what a shame).Terminology is hard coded so each modification hast to be made directly in the source code and then compiled again. This issue is not appearing in 14.04.

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