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Thread: LXDE 0.3 - Lightwght and Fast Desktop Environment (apt repo is provided)

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    Re: LXDE 0.3 - Lightwght and Fast Desktop Environment (apt repo is provided)

    I just installed this on a ubuntu hardy beta; Old IBM pentium 2 with 313 MB of ram. Runs much smoother then it did with XFCE. Thanks pcman.

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    Re: LXDE 0.3 - Lightwght and Fast Desktop Environment (apt repo is provided)

    looks cool.
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    Re: LXDE 0.3 - Lightwght and Fast Desktop Environment (apt repo is provided)

    I'll definitely be trying this out when I go to my parents house where my older computer is.

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    Re: LXDE 0.3 - Lightwght and Fast Desktop Environment (apt repo is provided)

    Fantastic...

    The first light weight environment I like.

    Thanks !

    (lxpanel crashes for me during start but works OK after terminal restart)

    EDIT also the cube is working... (controlled with fusion-icon)

    Last edited by plun; April 1st, 2008 at 10:39 AM.

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    Re: LXDE 0.3 - Lightwght and Fast Desktop Environment (apt repo is provided)

    Really cool. I can't wait to try!

    Would like to see this in the official repos...

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    Re: LXDE 0.3 - Lightwght and Fast Desktop Environment (apt repo is provided)

    I've installed LXDE and have some new apps under Apps, but how do I log into LXDE and make it the default DE? If it's already running, I cant see any difference in speed or appearance. How can I find out if it is running?
    Please excuse noobness!

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    Re: LXDE 0.3 - Lightwght and Fast Desktop Environment (apt repo is provided)

    Very cool! Is there a keyboard layout switcher plugin?

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    Re: LXDE 0.3 - Lightwght and Fast Desktop Environment (apt repo is provided)

    Anyone know if this will run on a 64bit system? I know OpenBox works on 64 bit, but not sure about this. Really great DE though, and certainly is fast on my Linux Mint install.
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    Wink Re: LXDE 0.3 - Lightwght and Fast Desktop Environment (apt repo is provided)

    Not yet. LxDE do not work on 64-bit system now, but i think it is coming soon.

    Let me talk about some news of LXDE:
    Currently, we solve some bugs and design new features everyday.
    In SVN, main part of LXPanel already be re-designed, so lxpanel has less memory usage now.

    To Odd-rationale:
    we are trying to push LXDE to official repos for debian and ubuntu now.
    I think that you will see LXDE in the official repos after few days. I hope...

    Fred.

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    Re: LXDE 0.3 - Lightwght and Fast Desktop Environment (apt repo is provided)

    Quote Originally Posted by thiefghost View Post
    Not yet. LxDE do not work on 64-bit system now, but i think it is coming soon.
    Fred.
    Fred means, binary packages for 64-bit system are not available yet.
    However, the programs themselves `do' support 64-bit.
    You just need to compile them from source code on 64-bit systems.
    We are not able to provide 64-bit packages since we don't have 64-bit systems.

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