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* '''[http://wiki.lxde.org/en/LXPanel LXPanel]:''' desktop panel which is launched by clicking on the PC-BSD icon in lower right corner of desktop. To configure the panel, right-click the PC-BSD icon and select "Panel Settings" or "Add/Remove Panel Items" from the right-click menu.
 
* '''[http://wiki.lxde.org/en/LXPanel LXPanel]:''' desktop panel which is launched by clicking on the PC-BSD icon in lower right corner of desktop. To configure the panel, right-click the PC-BSD icon and select "Panel Settings" or "Add/Remove Panel Items" from the right-click menu.
   
 
LXAppearance: theme switcher to change the theme, icons, and fonts used by applications ??
 
   
 
Leafpad: text editor  editors/leafpad  install by default?
 
   
 
Xarchiver: archiving  archivers/xarchiver install by default?
 
 
      
 
      
 
* '''[http://wiki.lxde.org/en/GPicView GPicView]:''' fast image viewer found in Graphics -> Image Viewer.
 
* '''[http://wiki.lxde.org/en/GPicView GPicView]:''' fast image viewer found in Graphics -> Image Viewer.
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* '''[http://wiki.lxde.org/en/Openbox Openbox]:''' the window manager used by LXDE. You can configure settings such as themes, appearance, mouse, and margins by going to Settings -> Openbox Configuration Manager.
 
* '''[http://wiki.lxde.org/en/Openbox Openbox]:''' the window manager used by LXDE. You can configure settings such as themes, appearance, mouse, and margins by going to Settings -> Openbox Configuration Manager.
 
      
 
      
GtkNetCat: GUI netcat
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* '''LXInput:''' a tool to configure your keyboard and mouse found in Settings -> Keyboard and Mouse.
 
      
 
      
LXInput, a config tool to configure your keyboard and mouse under LXDE
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LXAppearance: theme switcher to change the theme, icons, and fonts used by applications ??
 
      
 
      
lxde-settings-daemon, configures theme, keyboard and mouse for you. (works with lxinput config tool)
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Leafpad: text editor  editors/leafpad  install by default?
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Xarchiver: archiving  archivers/xarchiver install by default?
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GtkNetCat: GUI netcat  not ported

Revision as of 13:26, 22 June 2011

(Sorry for the inconvenience)


LXDE is the Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment. It is an excellent choice for older hardware or for users who wish for a complete window manager without all of the overhead required by KDE or GNOME. Since it is XDG-compliant, the PC-BSD Control Panel, AppCafe™, and Life Preserver will be available on the desktop and will integrate into LXDE's menus.

Figure X.XX shows a screenshot of the default LXDE installation with the LXPanel open.

Figure X.XX: LXDE Desktop on a PC-BSD System

File:Lxde.png

In addition to PC-BSD's utilities, LXDE provides the following utilities:

  • PCManFM: found in Utilities -> File Manager. A file manager with features like drag and drop, tabbed browsing, built-in file search, file association with default application, thumbnails for images, bookmarks, and support for non-UTF-8 encoded filenames.
  • LXPanel: desktop panel which is launched by clicking on the PC-BSD icon in lower right corner of desktop. To configure the panel, right-click the PC-BSD icon and select "Panel Settings" or "Add/Remove Panel Items" from the right-click menu.
  • GPicView: fast image viewer found in Graphics -> Image Viewer.
  • LXTerminal: terminal emulator found in Utilities ->LXTerminal
  • LXTask: task manager and system monitor found in System -> Task Manager.
  • Openbox: the window manager used by LXDE. You can configure settings such as themes, appearance, mouse, and margins by going to Settings -> Openbox Configuration Manager.
  • LXInput: a tool to configure your keyboard and mouse found in Settings -> Keyboard and Mouse.

LXAppearance: theme switcher to change the theme, icons, and fonts used by applications ??

Leafpad: text editor editors/leafpad install by default?

Xarchiver: archiving archivers/xarchiver install by default?

GtkNetCat: GUI netcat not ported

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