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You might try installing lubuntu-desktop in addition to lubuntu-core. That should pull in the default desktop settings, artwork and such.


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For a bare minimum LXDE-based environment, you can install lxde-core without any recommended additional packages, instead of lubuntu-desktop sudo apt-get install --no-install-recommends lxde-common lxde-core This will give you the basic openbox window manager, plus the lxsession session manager and pcmanfm file manager. IIRC it does not install a display ...


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Since you only installed Lubuntu-desktop on top of Ubuntu, it is still there with all of its applications. Unless you uninstall it, it will always be there. You must do something because Lubuntu 12.04 has reached its End of Life and is no longer supported. By upgrading you will get Ubuntu 14.04 with all of its applications as well as Lubuntu 14.04. If ...


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The easiest way to do this is to install the OpenSSH server on your Kubuntu machine. You just need the indicate the ssh package, available from the Software Centre; alternatively you may use the command line: sudo apt-get install ssh Then you can access it from the Lubuntu machine with your file browser of choice (with Nautilus or Nemo this would be File ...


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If you are comfortable using the terminal (as you say), you should install tasksel using sudo apt-get install tasksel Then use tasksel to deselect the Ubuntu Desktop set and select Lubuntu Desktop. sudo tasksel Finally, before you log into the desktop, remove your ~/.config folder. This should set up a proper Lubuntu desktop system, just as if you had ...


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"./configure --with-cards=hda-intel" "make" "make install" these ran without error, but when I rebooted there was still no sound. After a spot of gooogling , and more in desperation than expectation, I installed pulseaudio and pulseaudio-utils. My laptop then refused to boot! but after a lot of fiddling around taking out the battery etc it booted up ...


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I ended up removing light locker and installing xscreensaver sudo apt-get remove --purge light-locker sudo apt-get install xscreensaver



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