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if you are upgrading to Kubuntu then no need to copy anything, just install Kubuntu package. Use this commands sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop sudo apt-get install kubuntu-full you can see how to install Kubuntu here also.
Instead of using the GUI, you can use sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade. I recommend that you use the US sources or Main server sources in your software settings. You can open a terminal by pressing CTRL+ALT+T on your keyboard.
QML The KDE plasmoids are using qml scripts, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QML . The plasmoid scripts are at: /usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/... ie the digital clock scripts are at: /usr/share/plasma/plasmoids/org.kde.plasma.digitalclock/... You could edit those but any update will overwrite your changes. The KDE TechBase has tutorial - Plasma5 QML2 ...
Your secondary issue seems like a boot device order problem. Have you tried to change boot device order on your bios/uefi configuration? Depending on your motherboard you may be able to access bios settings by pressing F12 or F8 while booting. Set USB befor HDD on boot order to boot from the Lubuntu live USB.
Good news! I turns out I just had to go into Local Apps and use Terminal to purge Jupiter. Removing Jupiter also removed the Joli Os desktop theme. After I booted up the computer again, it brought me back to the Elementary Os login screen.
KDE System Settings (5) The Kubuntu 15.04 is using KDE System Settings that can show KDE Control Modules (kcm) for the KF5/Plasma5. The removeable devices kcm is from the KDE4. You could launch the KDE Control Modules from the command line: How to launch Configure Kde control module by command line? ie command: kcmshell4 device_automounter_kcm Will ...
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