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Offline mt12345

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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #15 on: 2014/07/29, 03:33:19 »
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LXQt arrived in siduction

will it replace razor-qt ?

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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #16 on: 2014/07/29, 08:11:47 »
In short: yes it will.  Longer story: as both projects, LXDE and Razor-qt, seemed to lack manpower for further development, and some of LXDE's Gtk+Applications where ported to Qt, they decided to bundle their energies and announced mid 2013 a merged project to come [1],[2].  A first alpha version of at that time still called LXDE-Qt was published in April 2014 [3],  the releaseversion 0.7 of LXQt in May [4] .

As Razor and LXDE are still active, siduction might probably release flavours of both one last time. In the long term, it seems as LXDE in its Gtk+2 version will stay for a while and Razor-qt will be given up for the sake of LXQt. And any of this might change if the developers decide :).


[1] https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/razor-qt/PNvkoidV2Ik
[2] http://blog.lxde.org/?p=1046
[3] http://blog.lxde.org/?p=1100
[4] http://blog.lxde.org/?p=1107
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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #17 on: 2014/07/30, 01:47:06 »
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In short: yes it will.

 :(

Thanks for the links, starting reading.

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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #18 on: 2014/08/03, 02:46:26 »
if juffed, qterminal, razor-panel replace leafpad, lxterminal, lxpanel - I'm in.   ;)

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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #19 on: 2014/08/04, 15:18:04 »
will there be an i386 version also available soon?

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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #20 on: 2014/08/04, 16:26:59 »
die pakete sind doch alle da
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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #21 on: 2014/08/04, 18:19:12 »
sooo? ich sehe nur die amd64...iso

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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #23 on: 2014/08/04, 21:45:34 »
one could use the packages from extra as they are built against siduction
the packages in lxqt are built against pure sid
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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #24 on: 2014/08/25, 20:13:49 »
After adding the lxqt repos http://packages.siduction.org/lxqt/ to the list, is there a meta-package which I may use to install lxqt here on 32bit as an additional DE?
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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #25 on: 2014/08/25, 20:15:34 »
no. not now.

btw - the packages are in extra too - but build against siduction. lxqt is build against pure sid. This can make eventually a difference
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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #26 on: 2014/08/25, 21:16:21 »
I am asking out of curiosity, not really important: One may install lxqt using an ISO, but it is not possible from the repo? Did I misunderstand something?
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Re: LXQt arrived in siduction
« Reply #27 on: 2014/08/25, 21:34:54 »
one can install from repository - why one need a (eventually not complete or most of the time broken) meta package to do so?
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