bimsebasse wrote:Press the super key (a.k.a. windows logo key)
Right-click the highlighted terminal entry
Choose add to desktop
bimsebasse wrote:Then something has gone seriously wrong, I don't even think Gnome 3 can work without terminal installed? Do you have a screenshot of the menu not showing terminal?
bimsebasse wrote:Your install seems proper f'ed up, so yes, probably an idea to reinstall
Make sure whatever you're installing from isn't corrupted or broken in some way.
nanowire wrote:Have you tried running it directly with Alt+F2?
Try by bringing up the run dialog box by hitting "Alt+F2", then type "gnome-terminal", if that doesn't work try typing "xterm".
bimsebasse wrote:If your install isn't broken the terminal should be in menus like all other applications.
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