LXDE (Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment) is a lightweight desktop environment for resource-limited systems.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

0
votes
0answers
4 views

Pidgin starter missing in menu on lxde as normal user

I installed LXDE on my Raspberry Pi like this: http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/29863/29214 now Pidgin only shows up in the start-menu when I log in as root with startx, but not as user.
1
vote
0answers
8 views

Touch-friendly LXDE app launcher

I am about to make a tablet with a raspberry pi and would like an interface for launching apps that is touch-friendly. The gnome app launcher seems very well suited for this to me. Because of the ...
2
votes
0answers
69 views

Enable Alt+Ctrl+t to open a terminal in LXDE

How can I enable shortcut Alt + Ctrl + T to open terminal on Debian, LXDE? I found that this is possible to define in rc.xml file. In LXDE webpage I found message: How do I define LXDE settings ...
0
votes
0answers
36 views

X protocol errors using lxde on top of Xdmx

I'm trying to setup Xdmx with lxde. Now I have some issues: lxde itself works fine, but as soon as I use it on top of Xdmx, I keep getting various X protocol errors, even when only connecting to a ...
1
vote
0answers
17 views

Assign hotkey to single keyboard layout in LXDE

Well, the question is following: can I assign separate keyboard shortcut to every layout I have? Exactly like in Windows we can assign Ctrl-1, Ctrl-2 and so on, to any layout.Question appeared after ...
1
vote
1answer
103 views

Disable Right Click on file (Openbox, LXDE, Pcmanfm)

I want to disable the right click on a file. It's possible? I'm actually using Openbox, LXDE and PcManFM. I had disable the right click to open the menu on the desktop but I want to disable the ...
0
votes
1answer
93 views

Printer sharing using Fedora

I have to PC and netbook runs on fedora PC - Fedora 21 (Workstation) Netbook - Fedora LXDE Both of these computers are connected to the same network (PC wired and netbook wireless) My HP Deskjet ...
0
votes
1answer
50 views

LXDE right click for software

How can I add things the the right click menu when opening files I want to add Python to the list and make it the default but it does not even appear on the list. If posable can it please be a ...
1
vote
1answer
124 views

How can I change resolution in LXDE?

My question is exactly the title. I installed yesterday the 14.04 distribution of Lubuntu and the default resolution is very low. xrandr output: Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1366 x 768, ...
1
vote
0answers
23 views

Florence doesn't show up for text fields in Midori

I am having problems with the Florence keyboard displaying (when using the auto hide functionality) when input fields are focused in Midori. It displays when the address bar is focused and strangely ...
4
votes
1answer
164 views

LXDE (Openbox): add “resize corner” to the window

I am using LXDE (Openbox). Every time I need to re-size my window, I have to position my mouse carefully to grab the thin window frame until my mouse cursor changes and I can re-size the window. I ...
1
vote
1answer
272 views

How can I add applications to the lxpanel application launch bar via cli?

Is there a way on LXDE toolbar to change what applications are on the quick launch part via the terminal so that it can be put in a batch file to change on multiple clients?
2
votes
1answer
219 views

Can an X video driver be restarted/reinitialized without loosing the session?

Have been experiencing problems with my laptop display usually brought on by interacting with graphics images in chromium web browser. When it happens the display goes haywire as if the horizontal and ...
3
votes
1answer
68 views

cannot access hidden LXDE panel

Thinking that CPU and RAM information would clutter the primary default panel, I decided to create a separate side panel to display it optionally. I then set the panel to hide at 0 pixels and can no ...
0
votes
0answers
93 views

VNC into login screen (instead of user's desktop)

I'm using RasPi B+ with Raspian from Noobs, lightdm, lxde There are various descriptions out there on how to set up TightVNC on a RasPi, most of them VNC into root's desktop or another ...
4
votes
1answer
101 views

change location of $HOME/.Xauthority

Is it possible to change the location for .Xauthority, to something other than $HOME/.Xauthority ? AFAIU, this file is being created every time I log into LXDE, by my login manager slim. The problem ...
6
votes
3answers
344 views

notify-send/notification-daemon: disable tray icon

When I use notify-send to send a simple message to notification-daemon: notify-send "hello" it not only displays the message but also creates a system tray icon, as shown on the screenshot below: ...
0
votes
1answer
371 views

LXDE/LXQT distro with 5 years support?

Does a distro exist based on (pre-installed) LXDE/LXQT which has 5 years support minimum. I have seen Lubuntu which only has 3 years support. I am basically looking for a very stable desktop distro ...
2
votes
0answers
43 views

setting up nested X sessions with Xephyr properly (and securely)

I am trying to set up Xephyr properly and securely, so that I can run another (nested) instance of LXDE under a different user inside my primary LXDE session. I would like to use this nested session ...
2
votes
0answers
56 views

LXDE (openbox): double click on text selects only part of word (not whole text)

I am using LXDE as my desktop environment (on Debian Wheezy). My question is related to how mouse behaves in LXDE, but could be general to other desktop environments. When I double click with my ...
3
votes
1answer
231 views

notify-send not working on Debian Wheezy

I have libnotify-bin installed, yet when I type notify-send "hello" nothing happens. No error, no message I have the necessary packages: # dpkg -l | grep notify ii libnotify-bin ii ...
0
votes
0answers
227 views

Weird mouse problem Linux Mint

I have linux mint 17.1 cinnamon 32bit. I installed these packages: lxde lubuntu-core lubuntu-icon-theme lubuntu-restricted-extras I selected lightdm as defaut. After that I log off and log in on ...
1
vote
0answers
31 views

LX Panel crashing mysteriously after 6 restarts

I'm currently experiencing an issue whilst trying to create a bash script that restarts the LXPanel so that the image I use for the background is updated (I'm trying to make a tool that keeps me ...
4
votes
4answers
1k views

command to log out of LXDE directly

To log out of LXDE, I can click on the "Start" menu, click "Logout" and when the menu pops up click on "logout" again. Or I can type lxde-logout in my terminal and when the menu opens, click on ...
2
votes
1answer
73 views

xdg-open doesn't handle percent encoded “file:///” urls with LXDE

I noticed that xdg-open doesn't handle percent encoded urls. For example, these lines will succeed (provided the files exist): xdg-open "/home/sashoalm/Has Spaces.txt" xdg-open ...
1
vote
1answer
168 views

Set system font in LXDE?

I want to set the system font in LXDE, but I can't find where the setting is. This is what the Font tab looks like in lxappearance. As you can see, there is no combo for selecting the font:
0
votes
1answer
31 views

lxmed data files?

LXPanel Menu-plugin Wiki describes how to edit file to configure the menu. Additionally, it states: One can download and compile LXMED, a menu editor for LXDE I am able to change the menu by ...
2
votes
2answers
5k views

How to change the window manager on a Raspberry Pi?

I want to try out X11 on a Raspberry Pi (running as a server without display connected, OS Raspbian) and access it through VNC. I don't like LXDE very much, so I want to change to another window ...
5
votes
2answers
206 views

lxde: active window in lxpanel Task Bar (Window List) plugin is indistinguishable from other (inactive)

In LXDE, the task bar shows tabs for all currently running applications/windows, as shown on the screenshot below: The problem is, I have hard time distinguishing which window is the one I am in ...
0
votes
1answer
51 views

LXDE stuck on Login

Using Ubuntu 14.04, the OS boots to LXDE. I select my username, enter my password, and get returned back to login. I can press Ctrl+Alt+F1 to log in through the console. I ran ls -l ~/.Xauhtority and ...
1
vote
0answers
71 views

How to disable all animations?

I'm using LXDE with Openbox.I hate that animations slow down work. How to disable all animations completely?
3
votes
1answer
147 views

How to add a key binding to maximize/close all windows?

Lubuntu uses LXDE with Openbox. I can configure key bindings in ~/.config/openbox/lubuntu-rc.xml I want to add key bindings to maximize all windows and have the current active one on top. I also ...
1
vote
1answer
84 views

LXDE: How to run a program/command when I press one or more keys?

I have a numpad on my keyboard and I want to make the keys do something when (the otherwise useless) ScrollLock is on under LXDE graphical environment. For example, I want to run my browser when I ...
1
vote
1answer
310 views

Disabling hibernation in debian testing (lxde)

I have a dell inspiron 6000 laptop running debian testing lxde. I can't figure out how to disable hibernation once the lid is closed. Do I modify the systmd files or the lib/systemd/systemd-sleep ...
2
votes
0answers
89 views

LXDM login doesn't work

I installed Arch Linux on VirtualBox. As a login manager, I've chosen LXDM and XFCE for the window manager. I've set /usr/bin/startxfce4 as the session in etc/lxdm/lxdm.conf. The problem is that ...
3
votes
1answer
80 views

per-instance application settings in Openbox

I need to run two instances of the same program, and have different Openbox properties for each. Lets say, I want to run two instances of Thunderbird. Even when I create two symlinks, i.e. ...
3
votes
1answer
274 views

Openbox: disable Alt-F4 on per application basis

I am using LXDE and in my .config/openbox/lxde-rc.xml I have action for ALT-F4 defined: <keybind key="A-F4"> <action name="Close"/> </keybind> This works, as expected, for all ...
2
votes
1answer
86 views

Live-Build Debian blank desktop

Following the example in the live-build manual, I build the iso, and run it with qemu. The only difference between what I did and what it says to do is in the package list, where vim and tmux ...
6
votes
3answers
361 views

configure ToggleShowDesktop in Openbox to only act on specified layer

I have a keybinding for ToggleShowDesktop. When I press Menu, all windows get minimized and I see my Desktop Wallpaper (as expected): <keybind key="Menu"> <action ...
0
votes
1answer
194 views

PHPStorm Only runs on Gnome or KDE

Does anyone know why it is so? I was using unity... then i switched to LXDE and it wont run. I checked the requirements and it turned out that it requires either GNOME or KDE. So what exactly is it ...
4
votes
2answers
7k views

Add VPN button is disabled in Debian Wheezy/LXDE

I want to configure a VPN connection, so choose VPN Connections->Configure VPN..., and I get to the Network Connections dialog. But the Add button is disabled. How do I enable it?
2
votes
1answer
772 views

Do not lock screen command

I am running Lubuntu with LXDE and xfce power manager. I have set lock screen when going to sleep (suspend/hibernate) and I like it this way. However, I'd like that the screen does not get locked when ...
1
vote
2answers
60 views

How do I make an application beep when I click on it to launch it?

Summary: I use Debian with LXDE desktop environment. On the Panel that runs along the bottom of the desktop, there are small program icons (such as for File Manager, Konsole, Kate editor). When I ...
6
votes
3answers
755 views

.profile is not sourced in Debian Wheezy LXDE

I add $HOME/bin to $PATH from ~/.profile. However, it seems it is not sourced during login. I use a login manager - lxdm I think, and not startx. I know this matters as to which scripts are executed. ...
1
vote
3answers
5k views

Add $HOME/bin to PATH for a single user in Debian Wheezy with LXDE

In Ubuntu, if $HOME/bin exists, it will be automagically added to PATH, but this doesn't happen in Debian. How do I permanently add it to PATH for a given user, but only for him, not for all users? I ...
1
vote
2answers
565 views

Is TWM still a viable window manager? [closed]

I have been using mainly KDE on my main desktop for a while now and have decided it is too bloated (e.g., my issue with Desktop indexing with KDE) and was thinking of switching to LXDE because it is ...
1
vote
1answer
1k views

starting LXDE automatically (without Display Manager)

I am disappointed with existing Display Managers, and so I was wondering wheteher I could live without one. I have very basic needs on my laptop. I have one user martin who wants to be logged into ...
1
vote
1answer
373 views

WDM: autologin after boot

I am using Debian Wheezy with wdm and LXDE. I would like to have my user to be logged into LXDE automatically after computer start. I know this is possible with other display managers, such as gdm. ...
1
vote
2answers
2k views

Is there a Lubuntu, Centos equvialent…Centos that runs lxde out of the box?

Are there any CentOS distros that run LXDE out of the box? I want to use CentOS for a server I'm throwing together instead of Ubuntu, but I want to be able to run LXDE as the system I'm using has ...
2
votes
1answer
112 views

Monitor setup commands do not work in script

I'm running Arch Linux 64-bit on a Samsung RV511. I often connect external monitors using xrandr. As I run LXDE with Awesome as a window manager, I need to prepare the xrandr-command by killing ...