Linux Mint is a desktop-centric distribution based on Ubuntu Desktop, and Linux Mint LXDE is the edition that uses the Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment (LXDE). The latest release, Linux Mint 11 LXDE, was released August 16, 2011. This article present a review, the first for an LXDE-based Linux Mint edition on this website. The installation [...]
I was given responsibility for maintaining a Ubuntu intranet server and I know very little about Ubuntu and find command line challenging. Therefore, I installed the LXDE desktop environment via command sudo apt-get install lubuntu-desktop and rebooted the server. However, I don't know how to enter the desktop environment. A search online didn't seem to give much help.
G'day - I tinkered with LXDE last night but came back to KDE, however I think I've broken something! See this picture ... :
for proof of what I now get on my KDE desktop (I moved the left edge of the KDE bar to the right so you can see the LXDE bar beneath). Both bars work fine (though I can't launch anything from the LXDE one because there's no menu widget there).
Hallo,after updating with 'Pacman -Syu' (on shell without X) i rebooted and got back into LXDE. But now my icons are gone and i think the context menu on desktop has changed (its black with 'LXDE' on top).
I'm 17, and I've just recently started dabbling in Linux, and right now I'm running off of Ubuntu 12.04 from a 32GiB Sandisk. I can boot from the thumb drive on any computer I come into contact with. Right now, I'm having a problem. I was getting annoyed with the default Unity desktop, so I installed Gnome, LXDE, and XFCE, just to try out different control methods.