Gnome terminal can't get into parent directoy
Open a terminal and run
emasc a.cpp &
Note that is `emasc` misspelled intentionally. For some reason, this will close the terminal with no response. This has been confirmed for me on two separate computers. It _does not_ work on a separate shell screen `Control-Alt-F2` and _only_ with the default terminal `Control-Shift-T`. Is something going here that I don't know about?
This happens more often than I like, but this is the only sequence of commands that reproduces the crash(?) every time.
Navigating to the directory and running bash `getcwd()` fails (sometimes...)!
With the error:
shell-init: error retrieving current directory: getcwd: cannot access parent directories: No such file or directory
sh: 0: getcwd() failed: No such file or directory
Again, this only happens on Gnome terminal as far as I can tell.
Description: Ubuntu 12.10