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Latest revision as of 03:38, 27 June 2022

LXQt is a lightweight QT based desktop environment, LXQt was originally a port of LXDE to QT (called LXDE-Qt), it was created due to LXDE maintainer Hong Jen Yee being dissatisfied with GTK 3, on 21 July 2013 the LXDE(-Qt) and Razor-qt projects merged creating LXQt.


Prerequisites

Note: LXQt on Alpine currently requires having the /edge/testing repo enabled


Installation

# apk add lxqt-desktop lxqt-core lxqt-panel lxqt-admin lxqt-config lxqt-notificationd lxqt-powermanagement lxqt-themes openbox

Note: By default LXQt usually uses Openbox as its window manager, but LXQt supports many different window managers, See: ConfigWindowManagers - LXQt Github wiki

Optional packages

Documentation
Development files
Misc

See Also