Tue, Sep 29
Fri, Sep 25
Puppy minimum requirements are 2Gb Ram and core2duo 64bit.
Thu, Sep 24
This is already present in 0.15 which is in 20.10
Upstream has added theming options https://github.com/lxqt/lxqt-config/pull/629 at this stage is less than the hack of use color-schemes.
But apparently mi idea of using kdeglobals won't work with a new LXQt release.
Sep 1 2020
Aug 30 2020
I added support for menu transparency in my opinion it is ready. but sin it have so much text I'm trying (without success) to internationalize it with gettext, I have .pot and .po files and I'm using dh-translation but I haven't found concrete documentation on how to handle it, I've tried to imitate what software-properties does without success. If someone could guide me it would be nice.
This task is listed as *low* priority, but it is a problem in my opinion. I'm very tempted to replace the Lubuntu grub theme on my own systems, as I use dual-boot, and thus have multiple entries, and not knowing which is highlighted is a *royal* pain.
Aug 20 2020
I just did a QA install on hp dc7700, *replace partition* so remains a dual boot system (prior installs were 18.04.5 QA so this wasn't an issue before *groovy* install). This is problem for dual boots so I felt a bug was necessary and thus filed for QA purposes; I cannot tell which option is selected, on a dual boot.
Aug 13 2020
Another test on ISO 20200813 - Dell [Inspiron] 3521
Tested on ISO 20200813 - Acer [Aspire] E3-111-P60S
Aug 2 2020
Just ran a quick test on my Dell Latitude 7280 Box - dual booting in UEFI + secure boot and all went well.
Looks great, however there is no selection highlight telling you which option you have selected.
Jul 30 2020
Jul 25 2020
There's no reason this should happen-nor would I think this would happen. I doubt this would probably happen but yeah, testing required.
Jul 19 2020
Tested with QA-test install 20200718
On 2 machines ..both BIOS and UEFI boot modes. All looked very good.
The package is now in the Ubuntu archive for 20.10 Groovy Gorilla! It can be downloaded and tested.
Jul 11 2020
Jun 26 2020
@hmollercl yes, in manjaro and arcolinux picom is the replacement to compton.
I have a machine with 1 gb of ram and it is impossible to navigate without a lightweight browser. the system works correctly if you don't open the browser. I think a gb of ram would be the minimum and 2 the recommended amount.
Jun 24 2020
Bumping this task.
adding new insights:
I think this called picom now
Jun 19 2020
Jun 9 2020
Is the KDE module to do that.
But actually as we look at the commits-I think Alf also maintains Git and Salsa-fair to say they are probably on the same page. Is Debian willing to take sddm-config-editor or is it already there? It looks like it doesn't exist.
So update-still hasn't been untouched and I'm looking at it right now. We probably will end up being maintainers but if we can at least get it working that's progress. I'm working on testing a build right now.
Jun 8 2020
@ItzSwirlz You decided, that this will not be SRUed?
Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote on 2020-05-21: #1
Things werent clear with the seed-but I think for now in Calamares Minimal should be welcomed-or a package chooser of some sort before stepping further.
Doesn't it already do this?
Tested with QA-test install 20200607
on: Acer [Aspire] E3-111-P60S with UEFI+secure boot with encryption.
All looks good - no errors encountered.
Jun 7 2020
Jun 2 2020
/me likes the blue :)
Jun 1 2020
because it would look more uniform with UEFI.
I wonder if it would be better to set a black background instead of blue in the Legacy Boot...
Added to a fresh qa-test install of [20.10/]groovy on
dell [optiplex] 755 (c2d-e8300, 8gb, amd/ati radeon rv610/radeon hd2400 pro/xt)
I re-tested the ACER -UEFI machine with a fresh install ISO 31.05.20 Groovy and there was no problem with the wallpaper as in my first report.
Thank you very much for testing! I think, you are testing too much. It is enough to install the PPA on different hardware and tell us, if the plymouth theme looks good.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:apt-ghetto/ppa-test-lubuntu sudo apt update sudo apt full-upgrade
I did not change anything with the wallpaper. And the changes in plymouth-theme-lubuntu-logo should not affect in any way the behaviour of pcmanfm-qt.