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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #285 on: 05. December 2014, 20:18:32 »
libfm-git must be gtk-free, though I've got gtk2 now because of firefox hopefully soon to be replaced by otter-browser when it's based on qtwebengine and has improved bookmark  and password management.
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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #286 on: 05. December 2014, 20:38:06 »
libfm-qt-git fails to build.

I replaced firefox with opera.

I has never been  big big fan of pcmanfm, In past I was using qtfm (qt5).
(andromeda is awkward and I don't like doublecmd)

If I remove pcman/libfm will I loose ability to mount disks and pendrives?



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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #287 on: 05. December 2014, 20:44:14 »
Haven't tried libfm-qt-git for some time, but libfm-git seems to be gtk-free.

Opera (new, Chromium based one) needs gtk.

You don't need pcmanfm for mounting. Previously I've used ldm, but recently replaced it with easymount (no AUR, but easy to install: http://qt-apps.org/content/show.php/easymount?content=157956).

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #288 on: 05. December 2014, 22:03:23 »
OK I will try libfm-git.
I use opera12 (I dont care it's outdated  :P )
I like QtWeb, Quzpilla is still not ready. Otter - I didn't know this one.
I know Easymount but don't we have a mounter in panel already?


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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #289 on: 05. December 2014, 22:40:18 »
That panel mounter needs some gtk as far as I can remember.

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #290 on: 05. December 2014, 23:30:20 »
I removed gtk2. libfm and pcmanfm were removed as dependencies.
(lximage depends on libfm too but I replaced it with qimageviewer earlier).

I couldn't install libfm-git because of conflict with libfm-extra.
lxqt-panel and lxqt-runner depend on libfm-extra.
after reboot I lost wallpaper and panel-mounter doesn't work. Looks like it works only when pcmanfm runs in daemon mode?



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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #291 on: 05. December 2014, 23:49:55 »
you can replace the functionality of lximage-qt with qimageviewer and screengrab (lximage can also take screenshots).

i do not like pcmanfm-qt (it is dependent on gtk2) and it is heavily integrated into lxqt. i do not know exactly how, but it sounds reasonable that it handles wallpaper and mounting...
try easymount for mounting. now, you only need a qt wallpaper changer/app.

do you know a qt replacement for gnome-keyring (or do you just not save any passwords)?
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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #292 on: 06. December 2014, 00:28:20 »
Now, for wallpaper and desktop icons you need pcman to be running in daemon mode, but if you only need wallpaper-ing you may use feh.

I prefer phototonic as image viewer and wallpaper setter (via feh or pcman).

pcman doesn't need gtk really, but lxqt currently seems to need for some things, but then I've removed some time ago lxqt (and feel guilt –a bit!).

So in my system if I try to install libfm-git pacman just warns me to replace libfm and libfm-extra with libfm-git, i.e. no appearent issue here.

I don't know a replacement for gnome-keyring and yes, don't save passwords.

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #293 on: 06. December 2014, 00:34:33 »
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you can replace the functionality of lximage-qt with qimageviewer and screengrab
yes that's exactly  what I did.

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i do not like pcmanfm-qt (it is dependent on gtk2) and it is heavily integrated into lxqt. i do not know exactly how, but it sounds reasonable that it handles wallpaper and mounting...
pcmanfm-qt depends on libfm, libfm depends on gtk2.

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try easymount for mounting. now, you only need a qt wallpaper changer/app.
someone help me please with easymont? ideally contribute to AUR? Im not a coder, you know...
wallpaper ? feh  will do

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do you know a qt replacement for gnome-keyring (or do you just not save any passwords)?
I keep crucial passwords in my head, some of them in cloud (currently opera link, before firefox/mozilla sync or chrome/google account)

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #294 on: 06. December 2014, 00:46:17 »
easymount depends on pmount. So first install pmount from the repo. Then download easymount from the above link. Extract the easymount archive; go to that extracted directory; open a terminal in that directory; then one at a time issue these commands:

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qmake
make
sudo make install

You need to enter your password at the last terminal command.

Now you've installed it and you can autostart it if you want.

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #295 on: 06. December 2014, 00:47:17 »
So in my system if I try to install libfm-git pacman just warns me to replace libfm and libfm-extra with libfm-git, i.e. no appearent issue here.

If you finish the operation there will be an issue.

try:

pacman -Rc libfm-extra


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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #296 on: 06. December 2014, 00:52:05 »
I've tried and yes:

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error: failed to commit transaction (conflicting files)
libfm-git: /usr/include/libfm exists in filesystem
Errors occurred, no packages were upgraded.

But then first I've removed pcmanfm-qt (with libfm), then installed libfm-git and then pcmanfm-qt without any issue.

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #297 on: 06. December 2014, 01:04:43 »
easymount depends on pmount. So first install pmount from the repo. Then download easymount from the above link. Extract the easymount archive; go to that extracted directory; open a terminal in that directory; then one at a time issue these commands:

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qmake
make
sudo make install

You need to enter your password at the last terminal command.

Now you've installed it and you can autostart it if you want.

thats what I tried but I miss something:


$ make
g++ -c -pipe -g -Wall -W -D_REENTRANT -fPIE -DQT_GUI_LIB -DQT_CORE_LIB -I/usr/lib/qt/mkspecs/linux-g++ -I. -isystem /usr/include/qt -isystem /usr/include/qt/QtGui -isystem /usr/include/qt/QtCore -I. -o main.o main.cpp
main.cpp:18:30: fatal error: QtGui/QApplication: No such file or directory
 #include <QtGui/QApplication>
                              ^
compilation terminated.
Makefile:407: recipe for target 'main.o' failed
make: *** [main.o] Error 1
$


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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #298 on: 06. December 2014, 01:08:59 »
Sorry, no idea.

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Re: What are your favorite qt4/qt5 applications ?
« Reply #299 on: 06. December 2014, 01:16:08 »
A new one, trojita-qt5-git, of our friend anex.  ;)
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