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Re: LXQt now in Xenial repos!


Hi Walter,

whilst we await the arrival of the meta-package, does it not make more
sense (i.e. cleaner lxqt install) to install the xenial 32 bit netboot
(mini.iso) and then add lxqt onto it? [1]
obconf is used instead of obconf-qt as the qt version is not yet fully


1. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/LXQt#Installing_LXQt_on_fresh_system

On 10 December 2015 at 23:53, Walter Lapchynski <wxl@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> For those of you that looked at the meeting notes, you may have seen the
> announcement that LXQt is now in the Xenial repos. The lxqt-metapackage is
> not, though. However, you can manually install all the right packages. What
> it needs is a little exploratory testing. So here's your assignment, should
> you choose to accept it:
>  1. install the development version of Lubuntu
>  2. install the following packages: `lximage-qt lxqt-about lxqt-admin
> lxqt-common lxqt-config lxqt-globalkeys lxqt-notificationd
> lxqt-openssh-askpass lxqt-panel lxqt-policykit lxqt-powermanagement
> lxqt-qtplugin lxqt-runner lxqt-session lxqt-sudo pcmanfm-qt qterminal
> qupzilla`
>  3. purge the following packages: `light-locker xfce4-power-manager`
>  4. log out and back in again
>  5. use it
>  6. report any bugs to the appropriate package on Launchpad
>     * make sure to search for similar ones first
>     * don't forget to subscribe Lubuntu Packages Team
> Something similar is set up on the Google Code-In. If teenagers can do it,
> so can you. :)
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