NACK on using connman.
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We should add a script at the end of installation, after it sets bootentries and makes directories under ESP, which will set
GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR=lsb_release -i -s 2> /dev/null || echo Debian
but the problem we will have, as @apt-ghetto said in the task description, is that theme will not use the hummingbird logo, I will lookup what can I do about that.
It seems to me that this is a thorny issue that we're not going to easily fix. We should revert back to the canonical Ubuntu implementation. Until we completely understand the effects this will have, I don't think we should do some special magic especially if Kubuntu isn't doing it.
Please see also bug 1833490.
There's also an equally [*bad but quick*] Software image added to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Marketing/Lenny (Lubuntu modern logo overlayed on top of old LXDE symbol)
Sun, Jul 21
Re: user settings, yeah I don't have a good solution except perhaps a post-inst script that checks for the lxlock definition and queries the user to change it to light-locker? @tsimonq2 do you think that makes sense?
Part of me wonders if we shouldn't actually reverse all these changes and leave nm-tray as it is and instead use conman like upstream suggests. @tsimonq2 seems to be against it but it's not clear why.
Since we have changed nm-tray to use nm-connection-editor instead of nm-tui, it's not relevant to depend on a terminal; otherwise it would make sense.
The patch got merged, so someone needs to get that in if we don't get a new release. @tsimonq2 do you know if they plan on doing an LXQt release before, say, FeatureFreeze?
Can you share the debdiff for the change just to be perfectly clear?
Here it is:
Sat, Jul 20
So, I wanted to change debian/control to add network-manager-gnome as recommended and I found out that debian/control for nm-tray is different in sid that in our phab? The difference I'm pointing out is the "depends" on sid there is network-manager and qterminal, in phab none.