I’ve been trying to solve this problem on my own but, I’ve gotten to the point where I’m not sure where to go and I was hoping someone on here would be able to give me some insight.
I use a Linux vm for most of my work and until recently was using a Manjaro Linux VM that was working perfectly fine with the ignition Linux packages. I recognize that Arch is not officially supported for Arch Linux, but I have set up an Arch Linux VM that has been working very well with my workflow, while I understand most do not like using a distro like Arch for work, I’ve found that other distros feel very slow to me and after the initial setup, I can clone my VM in case anything happens; it’s just what works for me.
I was able to use the Ignition 8.1.9 installer without any issues, however the Ignition Designer Launcher application has not been working for me. Every time I try to launch it I get “[Errno 2] No such file or directory: ‘x-terminal-emulator’”; I assume that this is because it targets the default terminal in Ubuntu and the other Debian based distros. However, after installing xterm and gnome-terminal the issue still persists. I also tried creating an alias of “x-terminal-manager” for the “xterm” command. I even tried creating a syslink from my installation of xterm to /etc/alternatives/x-terminal-manager (I saw online that this is the default installation location of xterm in Ubuntu.) I would imagine the best idea would be to find where in the program it accesses xterm but I have had no luck finding it so far; of course if anyone has a better idea I would certainly be open to it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!