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#1 2012-05-06 13:15:40

DerLateinProfi
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From: Germany
Registered: 2012-05-05
Posts: 71
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[solved] How to install LXDE on Waldorf

I installed LXDE via

sudo apt-get install lxde

Then startet it via terminal to test

sudo startlxde

After this I put it in the autostart via openboxautostart
Add this at the end of the file:

startlxde &

For another Docky or for Docky on Openbox alone add as written by
rhowaldt below

docky &

at the end of the autostartfile.
-----------------------------------ORIGINAL POST-------------------------------------
Hay there,

After installing Crunshbang I recognized OpenBox.
My Problem is that I want to place files on the desktop.
So I remembered LXDE and tried to install it via apt.
But I don't know how to start it everytime I boot.
Is there someone who knows a solution for installing and starting LXDE
or other components like xfdesktop4 --... I'm open to all solutions. so it
doesn't have to be lxde.

another problem I had was starting "DOCKY" on autostart.
When I start Docky via terminal it closes when closing terminal.
Is there a solution or a better dock?

DerLateinProfi

Last edited by DerLateinProfi (2012-05-06 14:05:28)


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#2 2012-05-06 13:20:15

rhowaldt
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Re: [solved] How to install LXDE on Waldorf

desktop icons: http://crunchbanglinux.org/wiki/howto/add_desktop_icons

docky: when you want to start something from the terminal and don't want it to close with the terminal, add a & to your command.

sorry for brevity, there are 2 dogs on my lap, typing this with 1 hand..

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