I am trying Lubuntu on an old laptop. I have before and after the install I had two partitions (+swap) mounting on
/ and on
/home. When I did the Lubuntu install I told it to ignore the
/home partition. After the Lubuntu install I logged in and everything appeared OK.
I mounted the /home partition as
/hold.old. Then I copied all the files from
/home.old. Then for each user I chown'ed the stuff in
/home.old. Then I edited
/etc/fstab to mount the /home partition. Then I renamed
/home. Then I rebooted.
All my old files are where I expected them in the
/home filesystem. But my LXDE menu system is messed up. Instead of the full menu system I only have terminal and logout. I thought that most of the menu system lived in
/usr/share. But, apparently LXDE has some menu stuff in
/home that I did not get copied over correctly.
Is there a quick way to restore the default LXDE menu system? Can you point some documentation that would be good for learning the sysadmin level workings of LXDE?