Terminal does not open on customized LiveCD

I followed this tutorial on how to create a customized LiveCD and tested the result in a VM as well as by booting the physical machine with it.

Thereby, I found out that the created LiveCD system is not able to open the terminal application properly (or the application crashes before the GUI is displayed).
If I open the application, I can see its name and icon shortly in the menu bar (see picture below) before it disappears.
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The terminal GUI does not show up even after waiting for several minutes.
Other applications (e.g. the browser, file manager, libre office…) can be started easily.

It seems like I made a mistake in one of the steps of the LiveCD customization but I have no idea where I can start searching for it. Therefore, I would like to know:

  1. Which steps of the tutorial are likely to influence the terminal behavior in the built CD?
  2. Is there a specific log I can lookup (or post here) to find out why exactly the application is not opening?

Thanks for your help!

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I have tried all shortcut options and also tried clicking on the terminal icon but the terminal is not opening.

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I have the following function defined in my .bashrc to monitor logs.

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I have the following lines in my windows.tmux

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