I run i3 and sometimes Openbox. I use the xfce4 terminal. However, when I use rofi to open up a terminal application like ranger, it always opens in Xterm, even though I don’t have Xterm installed. I run OpenSUSE Leap btw.

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Check .xinitrc if TERM or TERMINAL is set. If not, set it to xfce4-terminal

@SudoDnfDashY
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Thanks, this worked.

Dessalines
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@SudoDnfDashY
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I have already done that. The issue is that when I am using dmenu or rofi to run the applications it automatically launches with xterm.

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