Salixified wrote: The only package missing is "lxde-common."
The wiki instructions for installing LXDE where developed for 13.37. Since there is not an official version of LXDE for Salix 14.0 the package list needed to install LXDE may be different and they may not all be in the 14.0 repo yet. So installing the LXDE packages that are already in the repo may not
result in the complete LXDE environment.
Salixified wrote: Apparently even PCManFM was installed, so it must have been "in there" somewhere even though it doesn't show up in the list when Gslapt is opened.
What you most likely have installed is spacefm
which is a fork of pcmanfm. See http://ignorantguru.github.com/spacefm/ ... on-history
. I'm not sure how it got installed thought; its not a dependancy of any of the lxde packages in the repo.
Salixified wrote: Nice to see Xournal in Sourcery too - an unexpected treat.
Be aware that Sourcery and its command line equivalent slapt-src are tools to build and install packages from source. They both have limited dependency resolution capability so you can expect to run into dependency issues with some of the packages. if you run into any problems and can't resolve them yourself just post it here and someone will come alone and help.
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