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GeneralRe: How to pass xterm -e option as variable? Pin
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mvek505431-Dec-23 17:35 
xterm will only return whether xterm itself failed or not. So for example xterm -e /bin/false returns true (0), since xterm executed successfully.

I'm suspicious about your approach, here though. Can you not run your command directly via QProcess, rather than launching an xterm? I am assuming 2 things here: 1) you need to capture the output of command, at least in part, and 2) QProcess can do that for you, similar to using pipe(), rather than using system() to run a shell command from a program.
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