- default hacks
05: XF86MonBrightnessUp 02: Control%2BAlt%2BB 05: XF86Calculator 05: XF86Mail 04: Shift%2BControl%2BF6 05: Shift%2BControl%2BF7 05: Control%2BAlt%2BL 05: XF86HomePage 03: Print 05: XF86MonBrightnessDown
^ @wxl you might want to see this.
As I wrongly wrote on D43, booted 19.10 daily (2019-09-13) on
- sony vaio ultrabook (i5-9400u, 4gb, intel haswell-ULT)
- hp 8200 elite sff (i5-2400, 8gb, nvidia quadro 600)
Fri, Sep 13
After every reboot/boot, I have another entry for some shortcuts in ~/.config/lxqt/globalkeyshortcuts.conf, e.g. Print.
I have no preference here, do what y'all think is right.
Thu, Sep 12
Wed, Sep 11
Mon, Sep 9
@kc2bez what do you think about using one of the stock ones versus making something ourselves?
Regarding the path, using apt-file search, it seems that the XScreenSaver* files are provided by xscreensaver packages, so those are out. These are overwritten in Ubuntu Studio and Xubuntu's default settings packages via providing .xscreensaver in /etc/skel. The problem with this is anyone upgrading will not have the changes. Maybe we could postinst the installation for old users? Any other ideas?
Sun, Sep 8
Another idea (I'm full of them): we make our own hack for xscreensaver.
Maybe we should just pick one as the default rather than using random?
Sat, Sep 7
So I should have said this before but I really don't like popsquares or slidescreen and fuzzy flakes is not a big favorite, either. Someone please overrule me, but I'd really like us to not include those. Since @tsimonq2 is the op here, maybe he can chime in?
Here's the file with required edits:
Fri, Sep 6
@tsimonq2, (I was supposed to mention @ standup but i had my usual *blank/empty mind* at meeting)..
Wed, Sep 4
I put in a bug upstream.
We could also disable lxqt-runner. It is more powerfull that the menu search, but it takes 16Mb according to qps and most of the functionality (search by name) is done by the menu search also.
Sun, Sep 1
Sat, Aug 31
@tsimonq2 I'm stuck with GUI upgrade..
Fri, Aug 30
Do you want TUI & GUI release-upgrade testcases also on iso.qa...?
I don't recall seeing them for any other flavor.
but if this is made with patches, this patches will affect all *ubuntu users.
- Pushed to bazaar & merge request done thru launchpad
Thu, Aug 29
I can't currently login to notes.lubuntu.me so I'll flood-post here (delete or move if it's a problem)
I have an idea, Currently, the postinst file of the package modifies the /etc/default/grub but I will modify it tonight so that it creates a new script under /etc/default/grub.d/ and then test it. If it works, there will be no need to make any changes to rARTWORK or rDEFAULTSETTINGS. Just install the package like any other package. (Even during installation of lubuntu) and all will be done.
Mon, Aug 26
It doesn't view very well now, but my 'reply' was based on P38 with a Y/N placed before each. Yep=worked, Nah=no.