How to Install Latest LXQt 0.13 Desktop in Ubuntu and Fedora

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5 Responses

  1. Tonsic says:

    Except in Fedora 28, lxqt freezes when logging in. Maybe it is the noveau drivers, maybe it is the 4k resolution, maybe Fedora is garbage as I am being able to see today. And I thought it would be perhaps an evolution from CentOS.

  2. raniri says:

    Really nice article and clear instructions to install LXQT desktop on Linux Desktops.

  3. Rook says:

    If you purged lxqt wouldn’t you wipe some lxde libraries if you were running lubuntu?

  4. Y.I says:

    Hi,

    Thank you for your great post!

    BTW, on my machine, I needed to install “openbox” manually,
    because when I logged in LXQT at first time, no display manager could be found.
    Is it required to install “openbox” too?

    Thanks

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Y.I,

      Yes, Openbox is the default display manager for LXQt desktop environment, but you can use a different display manager to use with LXQt..

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