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Re: Lubuntu v. LXDE
First, I'm not asking to be antagonistic, just out of ignorance on the subject.
So there's no other integration behind the scenes (daemons, etc.);
it's just a selection of apps and a desktop background?
Doesn't vanilla openbox have the right-click menu? I thought the start
menu was an lxde-specific change, and there would be some way to get
it back since lxde uses openbox.
On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 12:14 PM, Andrew Woodhead
> LXDE is ONLY the desktop environment with a VERY small group of apps.
> LUbuntu is an OS with LXDE as well as some select apps chosen by the users,
> for the users.
> You can install fluxbox and selct it as your WM instead of openbox, this
> will ive you the right click menu you desire.
> On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 3:36 PM, Todd Schulman <schulmaandu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> 1. Can someone explain simply what distinguishes Lubuntu from vanilla
>> LXDE, and the following packages: lubuntu-desktop from lxde (metapackage)
>> and lubuntu-core from lxde-core?
>> 2. Can it be configured to use right-click menus like fluxbox instead of a
>> start menu?
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