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Old 23rd May 2015
kamil kamil is offline
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Default LXQt on NetBSD

The LXQt DE has been ported to NetBSD.

Screen shot worth 1000 words

It's hosted on Qt5 and KF5 (K[DE] Framework 5).

So far it lives in pkgsrc-current and pkgsrc-wip, hopefully it will be pushed to pkgsrc-2015Q2 and releaseed along with the xfce-4.12 update.

Initial efforts on FreeBSD were in 0.7.0 http://blog.lxde.org/?p=1111
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Old 27th May 2015
aniou aniou is offline
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Heh, history has come full circle, KDE1 lives again! I'm glad.
Many thanks for your work.
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Old 2nd June 2015
kamil kamil is offline
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Thank you!

Why do you mention KDE1? Do you think it looks like it?

There is a page to track the status: https://gist.github.com/krytarowski/...772f797c226fc9

You are free to build it on your own from pkgsrc-current + pkgsrc-wip.
I will be happy to see reports how it behaves on different systems than mine.

I will need to upgrade some parts of Gnome for it... because desktops base on common parts and it's not good to have multiple versions of libraries, I'm considering to generally upgrade Gnome to version 3 before importing.
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Old 9th July 2015
jkl jkl is offline
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It has visual similarities to KDE 1 (the giant bar on the bottom ...), but gladly it looks more modern.
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