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Offline qanjaro

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #30 on: 22. July 2014, 20:49:56 »
There is no-problem using Octoipi with Systemd removed.

Install OpenRC

  sudo pacman -S openrc-desktop

   sudo rc-update add alsasound default
   sudo rc-update add dhcpcd default

  sudo pacman -S eudev-base

Hmmm!

Eventually I'll pull the trigger and get rid of systemd. schpankme, everything works in your system after the configuration? And what about packages with systemd services (for instance, ldm.service)?

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #31 on: 22. July 2014, 20:50:54 »
"Masaüstü deseni yap" (tr).

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #32 on: 22. July 2014, 21:08:59 »
@qanjaro

Is your kdesu problem with kf5 or kde4?
I suppose kf5? I still have mixed kf5 and kde4 installed.

octopi works fine with kdesu4. and no gksu installed.

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #33 on: 22. July 2014, 21:11:40 »
Hello artoo…

Yes, I've tried kf5 package thinking it got more modular (with less dependencies). And octopi, for sure, works in a kde system.

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #34 on: 22. July 2014, 21:12:39 »
So you try to get authentication working with kf5 kdesu?

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #35 on: 22. July 2014, 21:15:34 »
Yes I've tried with kf5, but with kde4 wouldn't it pull too many dependencies?

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #36 on: 22. July 2014, 21:20:44 »
Yes I've tried with kf5, but with kde4 wouldn't it pull too many dependencies?

Yes, right. So its lxqt5, yes? It doesn't make sense then in my view to use kde4.

I am just asking out of interest, because I am not sure if it is systemd related, as schpankme didn't specify if he is using kf5.
We could try on different inits to solve it. Just my curiosity. :)

Need to restart DM now due to kde4 updates.

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #37 on: 22. July 2014, 21:27:23 »
Hey artoo, aren't you fed up with those huge updates and considering a lighter, purer, Qt-er alternative?!!!

Anyway, yes it's lxqt5.

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #38 on: 22. July 2014, 21:34:36 »
By the way, though not the right place and there're huge threads abouit it, since you're here, can we use openrc without any serious issue? What about some packages with systemd service (like ldm.service for instance)?

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #39 on: 22. July 2014, 21:34:58 »
Hey artoo, aren't you fed up with those huge updates and considering a lighter, purer, Qt-er alternative?!!!

Anyway, yes it's lxqt5.

Personally, I don't care much, my dev pc has enough resources to handle kde4, even though it uses 200MB more RAM than my kde4 gentoo install.

I like the servicemenus for dolphin, one reason I still use it.
I'll default to kf5 when ready, and will go with lxqt5 too at this point, but gentoo will be my first system to go with kf5.  :)

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #40 on: 22. July 2014, 21:49:37 »
Hmmm!

Eventually I'll pull the trigger and get rid of systemd.
schpankme, everything works in your system after the configuration?
what about packages with systemd services (for instance, ldm.service)?

I'm using the "LXQt5 ISO" as provided, less Systemd.
    manjaro-lxqt-qt5-0.8.10-x86_64.iso

I'd be happy to discuss the difference in the OpenRC Topic.
   https://forum.manjaro.org/index.php?topic=14619.0

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Re: New! LXQt wiki pages
« Reply #41 on: 23. July 2014, 11:43:22 »
To stay on the subject, it will maybe interesting to have a summary with backlink to it on each page.

It's difficult for the moment to go from a page to another : each time, I do that through the OP.  :D
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