Try to copy a URL from the URL bar of firefox, and paste it into a shell window. Under GNOME with Tumbleweed (on 2015-05-26) nothing happens; under KDE the copy and paste works as expected.
Are you running GNOME on Wayland?
If so, cut/copy/paste between GNOME apps
and Firefox (no Wayland yet) will not work: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=738312
You can select between “GNOME” and “GNOME on Wayland” on the GDM login screen
after selecting your username and clicking the gear icon.
To paste something on the GNOME Terminal you have to use the Ctrl+Shift+v shortcut.
If that doesn’t work try to see if the problem happens on other programs or if it’s only on GNOME Terminal.
On Wed, 27 May 2015 02:16:02 +0000, cesar rickinho wrote:
> To paste something on the GNOME Terminal you have to use the Ctrl+v
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Yes, I’m running Gnome on Wayland. Gnome without Wayland didn’t seem to work at all for me; let me try that again and report back.
It fails on GNOME-without-wayland as well, but it works pasting into ‘konsole’. So it’s just GNOME Terminal that seems not to allow pasting. How do I file a bug with bugzilla ?