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Offline tuxic

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Add LXQT to Siduction-KDE question
« on: 2014/10/30, 22:04:19 »
I'm interested in adding LXQT to my Siduction-KDE as a second Desktop environment. The question is beside adding the repos (already did): what packages are needed?
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Re: Add LXQT to Siduction-KDE question
« Reply #1 on: 2014/10/30, 23:25:32 »
the bigger question is - why do you think that this is a really clever idea? - This will add the complete Qt5 stack to you kde installation, but hey - its your system :)

At least you can add all packages from the lxqt repository. Hmm, i should really prepare a metapackage. :)
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Offline tuxic

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Re: Add LXQT to Siduction-KDE question
« Reply #2 on: 2014/10/31, 11:09:28 »
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This will add the complete Qt5 stack to you kde installation, but hey - its your system


Thanks Mel... already added some LXQT packages but I think I'll better wait!  ;)
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Offline convbsd

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Re: Add LXQT to Siduction-KDE question
« Reply #3 on: 2014/11/02, 06:17:03 »
Hi,

As melmarker saed if you add lxqt packages over kde you will have a mixed qt4 qt5 environment and it might be problems.
I will try to install in a vrtual machine a mixed env lxqt and kde  to see if are problems.
Tough if you want to do this you need only to run :
addpkg lxqt
over a dist-upgraded kde install.

Thank you.

Offline convbsd

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Re: Add LXQT to Siduction-KDE question
« Reply #4 on: 2014/11/02, 08:28:58 »
Hi,

I have added lxqt over kde using addpkg lxqt and seems to be ok.

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Re: Add LXQT to Siduction-KDE question
« Reply #5 on: 2014/11/03, 00:15:35 »
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I have added lxqt over kde using addpkg lxqt and seems to be ok.


Thanks convbsd! Did that and I'm on the roll!
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