The Terminator application when installed via the Software Boutique or from the apt repositories (probably same thing?) doesn't launch from the menu for me.
When launched from the command line the following error message is displayed:
ConfigBase::load: Unable to open /home/evereux/.config/terminator/config ([Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/home/evereux/.config/terminator/config')
If I manually create the file and directory this error message disappears. I think the installation of Terminator should create this folders.
Then within terminator if I then choose
Insert Terminal Number the following python error is produced:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/share/terminator/terminatorlib/terminator.py", line 642, in do_enumerate term.feed(numstr % (idx + 1)) File "/usr/share/terminator/terminatorlib/terminal.py", line 1507, in feed self.vte.feed_child(text, len(text)) TypeError: Vte.Terminal.feed_child() takes exactly 2 arguments (3 given)
I then gave up and went looking for other options and installed Byobu Terminal from the apt repositories. Not only does this launch it's theming fits right in within Ubuntu Mate overall very nicely.
Thanks to all responsible for Ubuntu Mate. I've recently switched full time from Windows, distro hopped for awhile and have now settled happily with Ubuntu Mate.