On 8/24/09, G. Jay Kerns <gke...@ysu.edu> wrote:
>  Is there some Linux trick, where I can open LyX, say, from the Desktop
>  without a terminal, but on-the-fly open up a terminal (or is there
>  even some other mechanism) to see what LyX is thinking?
You could use emelFM2 as the file manager from which you open your LyX
documents. It has an integrated output pane that is, for practical
reasons, a terminal. And you can see all LyX mindwork in it. When not
needed, you could simply hide the output pane. I would believe Ubuntu
has a (somewhat dated) emelFM2 binary.

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