Got the message from Archie, "Help test yakuake" that said "please report on this thread." Well, there's no reply button on that thread, so I'm reporting here:
Even tho yakuake was installed on this 32-bit up-to-date pclos, it must be installed by default, I don't think I ever installed it. Anyway, altho it appears in Synaptic as being installed, it does not
appear in the menu. I ran it by snapping on the file when I found its location in "Find files and folders," and a little black notify box came up and went away quickly at the bottom right of the
screen that said Yakuake is installed. But no terminal emulator showed up. so i went to a regular bash terminal and typed yakuake, and sure enough, a box dropped down from the top of
the screen. It could not be made bigger, it was going to be 1/2 screen size forever. It appears that it actually is a terminal--I pinged my ISP from there, just to see if it worked, and it did.
I see no value at all in a terminal that requires another terminal to put it on screen, and when it's there, you can't make it any bigger than it is, half-screen size. I hate to be so negative, but to
me, it's useless! So, Archie, here's your report. I suggest you work on something that might be worthwhile, like Google-earth, which won't run.