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LXQt is a desktop environment that is designed to be especially energy-efficient and suitable for older systems. It is based on the widget toolkit ''Qt'' and uses [[SDDM]] as its recommended/standard display manager.
LXQt is available in Debian stable since Stretch (Debian 9).
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For developer, please see https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/LXQtPackagingTeam for more information. For developer, please see [[Teams/LXQtPackagingTeam]] for more information.
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= Install LXQt in Debian = == Installation ==
One could install LXQt on a fresh minimal system with apt. Depending on one's need this could be:
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LXQt is available only for testing and unstable - it will be fully in the next stable (Stretch).
There are no backports planned for Jessie - the needed dependencies are not there and it would not
be wise to backport them. So please use testing or unstable or be patient. Thanks.
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apt install lxqt-core
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apt install lxqt
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apt install task-lxqt-desktop
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One could install LXQt on a fresh minimal system with apt - depending on one's need this could be:

    '''# apt install lxqt-core'''

    '''# apt install lxqt'''

    '''# apt install task-lxqt-desktop'''
||It can also be selected in the [[DebianInstaller]].||[[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Debian-Installer_10_Tasksel.svg|{{https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/ad/Debian-Installer_10_Tasksel.svg/200px-Debian-Installer_10_Tasksel.svg.png|Screenshot|width=200}}]]||
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CategoryDesktopEnvironment

LXQt: The Lightweight Qt Desktop Environment

LXQt is a desktop environment that is designed to be especially energy-efficient and suitable for older systems. It is based on the widget toolkit Qt and uses SDDM as its recommended/standard display manager. LXQt is available in Debian stable since Stretch (Debian 9).

For developer, please see Teams/LXQtPackagingTeam for more information.

Installation

One could install LXQt on a fresh minimal system with apt. Depending on one's need this could be:

apt install lxqt-core

or

apt install lxqt

or

apt install task-lxqt-desktop

It can also be selected in the DebianInstaller.

Screenshot

There will be live-iso's soon.


CategoryDesktopEnvironment