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If you are starting Plank from a terminal with plank & and you use the X to close the terminal, it kills the process you backgrounded in the terminal. Type exit at the shell or use CTRL-D instead and it should leave your bg jobs running. Most DE's these days support ATL+F2 to open a run dialog. You can run plank from there with plank.


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