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Aug
18th

Build a “Virtual SuperComputer” with Process Virtualization

Author: John Grogan | Files under syndicated

Build and release is a complicated process. I really don’t need to tell anyone that…but I did anyway. more>>


Mar
24th

New Products

Author: James Gray | Files under syndicated

Please send information about releases of Linux-related products
to newproducts@linuxjournal.com or New
Products
c/o Linux Journal, PO Box 980985, Houston,
TX 77098. Submissions are edited for l…


Mar
19th

DevOps: Everything You Need to Know

Author: Carlie Fairchild | Files under syndicated
Devops Linux Journal

Have projects in development that need help? Have a great development operation in place that can ALWAYS be better? more>>


Feb
12th

Memory Usage of LXQt 0.9

Author: PCMan | Files under syndicated

Since the release of LXQt 0.9 several days ago, many people are curious about its memory usage since in the release announcement we mentioned the use of two libraries from KDE framework 5. Don’t worry! They are just “pure Qt libraries” without other KDE dependencies (Thank you KDE guys!). Good engineers always base their design …

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Feb
4th

LXQt Performance Tips

Author: PCMan | Files under syndicated

As we’re going to have a new release for LXQt 0.9, I’d like to provide some performance tips for users and packagers. Consider compiling lxqt-panel and lxqt-runner with menu-cache  support whenever possible: Menu-cache is a mechanism to cache the generated freedesktop.org application menu so we don’t need to parse hundreds of files everytime. Though you can … Continue reading “LXQt Performance Tips”


Nov
25th

LXPanel 0.8.0 pre release testing.

Author: LStranger | Files under syndicated

After some development, it’s time to release next feature version of LXPanel. The release goals for 0.8 were: complete multi-monitor support improve and further simplify plugins API Now that it was done, and numerous bugs fixed along with that, LXPanel has come to release time, which is scheduled in about 2 weeks. We would appreciate … Continue reading “LXPanel 0.8.0 pre release testing.”


Nov
21st

In memory of Razor-qt

Author: PCMan | Files under syndicated

Although people often compare LXDE and the “so-called” Qt port, LXQt with each other, they are actually from different code bases. The most parts of LXQt are actually built on top of razor-qt, a lightweight Qt-based DE with the same philosophy as LXDE. We reorganized the source code of razor-qt and removed unused pieces. Then we … Continue reading In memory of Razor-qt


Nov
18th

Status update for “LXDE”

Author: PCMan | Files under syndicated

Yes, it’s about the gtk+ version LXDE, not LXQt. Previously, razor-qt and lxde project merged and formed LXQt project, which just had a 0.8 release. Though the original plan was to migrate to Qt, this does not mean that LXDE is dropped. As many of the users have noted, many LXDE gtk+ components got updates … Continue reading Status update for “LXDE”


Oct
18th

LXSession 0.5.1 released.

Author: LStranger | Files under syndicated

The session manager for LXDE was in long development and it still is. Julien did a lot for it to make it better. It is far from perfection yet but it is usable again and we hope it is a bit better than it was before. Two releases in row – 0.5.0, then fast bugfix […]


Oct
14th

LXQt 0.8.0 released!

Author: Jerome Leclanche | Files under syndicated

The LXQt 0.8.0 release is now available. It brings with it full Qt 5 compatibility, two beautiful new themes and lots of new features, performance improvements and bugfixes. Please see the full release announcement on our mailing list. We are always looking for new contributors. If you are interested in joining us, please take a […]