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  1. decuser

    Lumina and VirtualBox

    I am playing around with VMs and installed 12.1 in VirtualBox 6.1.12 on MacOS 10.14.6 (Mojave). I installed FreeBSD (surely there's a shorthand for this - maybe fbsd?) 12.1 and fired it up with EFI checked (EFI video console is more reasonable). I did a base install and booted into FreeBSD. I...
  2. robotchaos

    Other Lumina Input Devices settings

    I seem to be unable to configure Input Devices on my Lumina desktop, running 1.4 on 12-RELEASE. Am I missing a package, or was this feature removed? By the way, I hope I selected the tags and prefix properly...
  3. D

    Solved Mouse up go previous after set .xmodmap

    Hi everyone after I have create .xmodmap and put ! Disable buttons 8 and 9 pointer = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 0 keycode 166 = NoSymbol keycode 167 = NoSymbol The up wheel still go previous all the time Do someone know if I forget something ???? Thank in advance
  4. HD Scania

    Looking for other subprojects

    I have just now fresh installed TrueOS and listened to few FreeBSD subprojects like GhostBSD, MidnightBSD, DesktopBSD that both are desktop-focused like TrueOS, but ones more thanks? Ones are best if recommended (or default) desktop is Qt-written and lightweight like TrueOS and whose Lumina. :D
  5. J

    Other Lumina - Cursor Selection and Shutdown

    I have started using Lumina as my primary desktop environment but I'm running into a couple of minor snags. I have tried changing the cursor theme via DesktopSettings>Theme>MouseCursors, and the drop-down menu lists all the cursors I have installed, but selecting and saving does nothing. Any...
  6. forquare

    Solved Unable to launch Lumina on fresh FreeBSD 11

    Afternoon all, I've got a Lenovo T440 that was running FreeBSD-CURRENT over the past year or so. While I mostly ran Xfce on it when Lumina 1.0 was ready I gave it a spin for a couple of days before heading back to Xfce. When FreeBSD 11 was released I decided to reinstall the laptop, do UEFI...
  7. Kalero

    Other Some questions about installing Lumina Desktop Environment

    Hi, I've read at some pages with instructions for installing Lumina that dbus and hald should be enabled at /etc/rc.conf. Otherwise, in Lumina's FAQ they say Lumina doesn't need any framework like dbus or hald. So what are the advantages and disadvantages of enabling dbus and/or hald at...
  8. Ahmed Bilal

    I can't able to start Lumina-DE

    When I try to start lumina-de from xinit /usr/local/bin/Lumina-DE -- :0 it saysUndefined Symbol "_ZN6Q...............................". xinit: Connection to X server lost. Server terminated successfully.Xorg log file is attached. Please tell me how to fix it. Note: I have already installed Xfce.
  9. amiramix

    Solved How to change system font?

    How and where can I change the default system font? For now it appears to be DejaVu 10, which is quite horrible on my laptop. By default system font I mean the font that is used in menus or labels. For example when I open Firefox for the first time or any KDE application for the first time...
  10. ☣ Žoχ ☣

    Other Lumina Desktop doesn't want to start on DragonFly BSD

    I am trying to run Lumina on DragonFly BSD in VirtualBox. Basically I've installed all pages and trying to start it but it fails with message: QXcbConnection: Could not connect to display. exited on signal 6, core dumped. I've tried startx - and Xorg works, and manages to start and run. So, I...
  11. Kalero

    Other Wifi signal icon at Lumina desktop

    Hi, I installed Lumina desktop 0.8.7 on FreeBSD 10.2 and if I look for Lumina screenshots at the web, I see they have the typical wifi signal icon at the system tray, but I can't find it in the plugins list for the panel (Lumina is a plugin based desktop). I've searched at FreeBSD packages and...
  12. Kalero

    How to install the latest version of Lumina desktop using pkg?

    Hi! I've just made a fresh installation of FreeBSD 10.2 RELEASE and I would like to install the latest version of Lumina desktop using pkg. Then, if I look at pkg.freebsd.org, inside the FreeBSD 10.x directory for i386 (http://pkg.freebsd.org/freebsd:10:x86:32/latest/All/), I see the latest...
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