Gnome-Terminal non root issues
I have recently installed LFS w/ Gnome as the Desktop Manager. I log into Gnome through xdm (b/c gdm won't compile). The problem I am having is that if I log on as a non root user gnome-terminal won't run. It just pops up and says "could not execute command : file or directory doesn't exist". I assume this is a permissions issue b/ am not sure what to correct. I also noticed (through running bash through xterm) that my PATH variable is totally fucked up. It reads /garnome/bin::blalba:/usr/ucb (yes, two :'s). I have no idea how /usr/ucb got there b/c it is not listed in any of my bash startup scripts. Also, the bash scripts never seem to be executed. I altered them entirely(export various variables to see if they would exist or if they would be altered), but to no avail. None of them are ever executed! This is very frustrating b/c i hate having to log on as root just to execute everything.