I've recently installed python 3.6, and now I can't find the gnome-terminal. When I type Ctrl-Alt-T - I get the XTerm. When I search it directly- I also get only XTerm and UXTerm. Can anyone help me to solve this? Have you ever met that problem? Thank you! 2 1

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    Is gnome-terminal installed? Open XTerm and start gnome-terminal and see what happen. – Huynh Jan 21 '17 at 19:39
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    What's the output of which gnome-terminal and apt-cache policy gnome-terminal? You can set the system-wide default terminal via sudo update-alternatives --config x-terminal-emulator or per-user via your desktop environment settings (depends on the particular desktop environment). – David Foerster Jan 21 '17 at 20:37
  • Well, this morning I woke up with no menu bar..I fixed it already and you were right - the gnome terminal wasn't installed (no idea how it happened). Thank you both! I've reinstalled it and everything works! – Oxana Ushakova Jan 22 '17 at 11:53

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