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Re: [gNewSense-users] new install on Yeeloong, using LXDE

From: al3xu5 / dotcommon
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] new install on Yeeloong, using LXDE
Date: Fri, 6 Aug 2010 20:17:30 +0200

Il giorno giovedì 29/07/2010 12:09:54 CEST
address@hidden ha scritto:

> Thanks for all of the information!
> I was able to install lxde-core from the lenny backport.  I learned
> new things about aptitude and its options.  (But what does -t do?)

       -t <release>, --target-release <release>
           Set the release from which packages should be installed. For
           instance, "aptitude -t experimental ..."  will install
       packages from the experimental distribution unless you specify
       otherwise. For the command-line actions "changelog", "download",
       and "show", this is equivalent to appending /<release> to each
       package named on the command-line; for other commands, this will
       affect the default candidate version of packages according to
       the rules described in apt_preferences(5).

           This corresponds to the configuration item


> I would like to install a relatively lightweight login manager, but
> one that has a package.  Your comments about slim and lxdm lead me to
> look at xdm.
> Would that work OK with lxde?  

it should (but i did not have tested it)

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