LXDE (Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment) on OpenSolaris

Just did the initial porting of LXDE to OpenSolaris. It's running pretty well on my box here as you can tell from the screenshot.

Since it's a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearance, lxlauncher etc.) can be easily built and installed. But some still don't work. The network manager lxnm is one of them, also lxtask and lxterminal. Good news is that the OpenSolaris nwam manager works great with small memory footprint :) The app lxmusic, which is the media player for LXDE, depends on xmms libraries. This could be a limitation for the distribution as xmms links against a lot of patented codecs. Maybe GStreamer framework could be a better choice from a distribution's point of view. Anyway, I can still use Songbird/Rhythmbox/Totem.

To compare with my personal experience of Xfce, LXDE runs better on OpenSolaris. Xfce is a little bit sluggish on my box (configuration issue?). LXDE's performance and memory footprint are really impressive to me. It provides a nice alternative for the resource-limited desktop users (Eee PC users for example). On the other hand, the desktop layout of LXDE is pretty similar with Windoz. I guess this is because a big bunch of the developers are from Taiwan :) This helps easier migration for users from the Windoz land. As the LXDE applications are still in the 0.x stage, please feel free to get in touch with the community (mailing list or IRC) for any problems you find.

The first set of spec files have been checked in to the SFE reporitory (SFElx\*, SFEgpicview, SFEgtknetcat, SFEopenbox and SFEpcmanfm). If you're familiar with CBE, it'll be very easy for you to build and install LXDE on OpenSolaris. Those who are interested can also refer to the CBE instructions.

Actually the porting initiative comes from Mario Behling's introduction of LXDE on the Singapore Linux meetup group event in January. The frozen-bubble porting was also after the event :) It's nice to talk with him face to face and get to know a lot of community people behind: pcman, jserv and many more in the Asia region. Stay tune, I believe there will be more to come from LXDE community.

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[Trackback] [Source: Alfred Peng's Weblog] quoted: Since it's a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearance, lxlauncher etc.) can be easily built and installed. But some still don't work.

Posted by The Green Files on March 18, 2009 at 03:31 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on March 21, 2009 at 04:54 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on March 21, 2009 at 06:00 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on March 21, 2009 at 06:04 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on March 21, 2009 at 07:39 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on March 21, 2009 at 11:01 AM CST #

[Trackback] After Singapore I am in Beijing at the moment talking to people about our activities around the OpenTechSummit, LXDE and the Google/Freifunk Summer of Code. Beijinglug is promoting the meeting. I had already the chance to meet up with Pockey Lam and Ju...

Posted by OpenTechSummit 2009 on March 22, 2009 at 04:53 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on March 25, 2009 at 04:07 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on March 25, 2009 at 04:08 AM CST #

Great work Alfred, thanks!

Posted by Alexander Eremin on March 25, 2009 at 12:15 PM CST #

do you think it's a viable alternative on Sunray thin clients?

Posted by gerard on March 27, 2009 at 03:38 PM CST #

@gerard, that's depends on what the users want to do with Sunray. For web browsing/mail client, Firefox/Thunderbird/Xorg will still take a big bunch of memory. I heard that Debian+LXDE works good on box with 256M memory or less. So LXDE provides a possible alternative for users with limited resources (or Sunray environment). But the first thing to go is to have a OpenSolaris-based distro to bundle with LXDE so that users can try it out.

Posted by alfred on March 27, 2009 at 04:00 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 02, 2009 at 02:35 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 16, 2009 at 12:09 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 16, 2009 at 12:09 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 16, 2009 at 12:14 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 19, 2009 at 09:17 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 19, 2009 at 09:53 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 20, 2009 at 12:05 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 20, 2009 at 12:07 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 20, 2009 at 12:09 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 20, 2009 at 12:11 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 20, 2009 at 12:12 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 20, 2009 at 12:12 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 20, 2009 at 12:13 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 20, 2009 at 12:13 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on April 20, 2009 at 05:59 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 04, 2009 at 08:34 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 04, 2009 at 08:35 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 04, 2009 at 08:44 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 04, 2009 at 08:48 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 08, 2009 at 07:48 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 15, 2009 at 07:37 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 15, 2009 at 09:07 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 16, 2009 at 12:59 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 16, 2009 at 02:50 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 16, 2009 at 03:11 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 16, 2009 at 03:20 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 17, 2009 at 12:55 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 17, 2009 at 12:56 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 17, 2009 at 12:58 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 21, 2009 at 03:02 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 24, 2009 at 06:09 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 24, 2009 at 06:13 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 02:31 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 02:31 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 02:31 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 02:34 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 02:35 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 02:37 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 02:37 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 02:39 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 06:13 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 06:15 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 06:16 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on May 27, 2009 at 06:30 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 03, 2009 at 03:01 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 05, 2009 at 03:27 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 05, 2009 at 03:34 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 05, 2009 at 05:26 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 05, 2009 at 05:26 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 05, 2009 at 05:27 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 07, 2009 at 01:05 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 07, 2009 at 01:06 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 09, 2009 at 06:43 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 09, 2009 at 06:53 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 11, 2009 at 05:45 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 11, 2009 at 05:46 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 12, 2009 at 10:43 AM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 14, 2009 at 06:41 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 14, 2009 at 07:59 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 14, 2009 at 08:01 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 14, 2009 at 08:08 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 16, 2009 at 03:37 PM CST #

[Trackback] Alfred Peng from Wuhan, China started to port LXDE to OpenSolaris. I met him in Singapore and could see how it is running already pretty smoothly. Since it’s a GTK based desktop environment, some of the applications (pcmanfm, lxpanel, lxappearan...

Posted by LXDE on June 21, 2009 at 03:57 AM CST #

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