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kate crashes when konsole is installed (Ubuntu 13.04)

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I am using kate in a gonme/unity environment.

Now on two different computers (not on an some others) I have the problem, that kate crashes as soon as I open a file. This only happens when:
- the "Terminal tool view" is activated
- a terminal view is open
- konsole is installed in the system using apt-get

as soon as konsole is uninstalled from the system, kate works fine, but the (very handy) terminal tool becomes useless.

can anybody point me to a solution?

posted Jun 28, 2013 by anonymous

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