I'm using 64-bit Linux Mint 19 MATE edition (although I can confirm I get the same issue under the Cinnamon edition) and when trying to start Yakuake (package version: 3.0.5-1) I found it segmentation faulted on me and crashed. This error does not occur under Ubuntu 18.04, strangely enough, so I cannot report it upstream. I must admit it did not give much useful information as to the problem, just seg faulted and crashed. Here is what `strace -o strace.log yakuake` & `LD_DEBUG=libs yakuake` returns: https://gist.github.com/fusion809/9c51c ... 2397f75909. The description at the top of these gists should inform you which log is which. Neither of these were very helpful to me. I was hoping there'd be a yakuake-dbg package with debugging symbols for this package but alas in this regard I am out-of-luck. dmesg log is here: https://gist.github.com/fusion809/b5353 ... d6322a4709. I discovered that "System Reports" did mention a Yakuake crash from a few days ago, which would have been when I was using Cinnamon, here's that log: https://gist.github.com/fusion809/55f6a ... 63c544b385. Any ideas what to do?
If it is relevant I've tried installing Yakuake with the cross-distribution package manager Nix (from NixOS), and it too crashes on start up with the error message:
https://gist.github.com/720c4d7e501d5e2 ... 9cd5d9bb5f.
EDIT: If anyone is experiencing the same problem and wants a drop-down terminal with split views (which is what makes Yakuake attractive to me, at least), I would advise installing deepin-terminal, and using its Quake terminal (started with:
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Thanks for your time