seppalta wrote:... just make your own template for .desktop files - the prescription of what is needed is in http://lxlinux.com/#11. Put the .desktop file in /usr/share/applications or /usr/local/share/applications. The application will automatically appear on the LXDE menu. To remove an application from the menu, just delete its .desktop file, or put the line NoDisplay=true in its .desktop file. This is truly the minimal editor.
xenopeek wrote:installing the lxde package will install LXDE to your computer. Other users have had success with installing this on top of either the Linux Mint 13 MATE or Linux Mint 13 Xfce editions.
SiKing wrote:Is there, for example, a separate repo for Lubuntu?
SiKing wrote:Hey all.
The other question I had: should I add any additional repositories in order to have access to everything LXDE? Is there, for example, a separate repo for Lubuntu?
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