xenopeek wrote:I'd recommend instead you load LXDE on top of the Xfce edition, as that will be much easier to strip down (all the xfce4 and xfwm4 packages). The Xfce edition uses Xfwm4.
xenopeek wrote:Linux Mint 16 will only feature with Cinnamon, KDE, MATE, and Xfce. If you want LXDE you can of course install that. LXDE is popular with a smaller group of Linux Mint users and you may understand that dropping one of the more popular Linux Mint editions so the developers have time to work on a LXDE edition of Linux Mint is something the developers can hardly justify to its users. Previously the LXDE edition had its own developer (volunteer), so the LXDE edition might still happen if somebody steps up and volunteers their time to build a LXDE edition that is in line with the Linux Mint vision.
and003 wrote:What if the developers could work on an LXDE edition after completing work on the other editions? That way, they don't have to drop the other editions.
antsunrise wrote:sudo apt-get install lxde works well. and no bloat. tried it out the other day. very light:)
And I agree with above. Lxde edition probably not needed.
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