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Old 05-07-2013, 07:51 AM   #16
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Hmm ... weird. I guess that makes sense in some way.
Actually, no on second thought it is kinda stupid as no other terminal works like this and you end up with one tab behaving differently from the others which is not what you would expect. Odd stuff. I wonder why KDE does this?
 
Old 05-07-2013, 08:11 AM   #17
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After a little searching I found the following on comments on Eric's blog:

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When I open new tabs in Konsole, I don’t get login shell. Only the first tab has login shell. It can be clearly seen in htop, where one child process of konsole is ‘/bin/bash -l’ and another ‘/bin/bash’. Can somebody else confirm this?
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I have set “bash -l” as my shell to start in konsole (Settings > Configure Current Profile.. > General > Command). When I create new tabs, a login shell will be
This is nice in terms of syncing things between tabs but has the downside of meaning that none of the Konsole tabs would get their local settings from GDM. Still consistency is better than nothing.

P.S. I am not normally a regular KDE user but after my problems with Xfce I have been playing with it lately.
 
Old 05-08-2013, 09:27 PM   #18
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@ruario: yep, konsole behaves that way; one of the first things I do in an initial KDE setup is to set "/bin/zsh -l" or "/bin/bash -l" on konsole's settings. This wasn't the case on 13.37 though, as I distinctly recall it always launches a login shell.
 
Old 05-09-2013, 05:53 AM   #19
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Ok, I see what konsole seems to be doing. It treats the first tab as a login shell but not the others. Hmm ... weird. I guess that makes sense in some way.
Under Konsole's Settings->Edit Current Profile what do you see in the Command box?

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Mine is consistent with whatever is in the command box, ie if its set as -ls it is always a login shell if not then it never is.

I defiantly do not get one login shell and then others that are not. (KDE 4.10.2)

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