Relaunch after crash doesn't work right for gnome-terminal

Bug #1665371 reported by Pettis on 2017-02-16
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Bug Description

I was using gnome-terminal on Ubunutu 14.04 when it crashed. When the crash notification message box appeared ("submit dump", etc.) there was an option to relaunch the terminal. I chose this option.

Git started exhibiting strange behaviours when trying to clone repositories, claiming it did not have permission even if ran within a directory with 777. Eventually I realised it may be a terminal issue and when I closed it and opened a new one from the launcher the permissions error disappeared.

Jeremy Bicha (jbicha) wrote :

gnome-terminal is an unusual app with a server and a client. I think it might be easiest if the Relaunch button would not show for crashes related to gnome-terminal.

summary: - restrictive permissions after relaunch from crash message box
+ Relaunch after crash doesn't work right for gnome-terminal
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