Version 1.4.0 of the Lumina desktop environment.

The Lumina Desktop Environment is a lightweight system interface designed for use on any Unix-like operating system. Lumina is based on using plugins, which allows the entire interface to be arranged by each individual user as desired. A system wide default layout is also included, and is configurable by the system administrator. This allows every system (or user session) to be designed to maximize the individual user's productivity.

Patchset 1 Changes:

  1. Fix some out-of-tree build paths
  2. Prevent a crash within lumina-fm when "qsudo" is not installed
  3. Adjust a flag location for system update detection on TrueOS.

Summary of binaries:

Core (required)

  • start-lumina-desktop (used for launching a desktop session)
  • lumina-desktop (used for communicating with the currently-running desktop session)
  • lumina-open (complement to xdg-open, used for opening files/links with the proper application)
  • lumina-info (used for viewing information about the desktop itself)
  • lthemeengine (theme engine configuration utility)

Core Utilities (optional, but recommended)

  • lumina-config (used for configuring the desktop)
  • lumina-xconfig (front-end to xrandr, used for managing monitors)
  • lumina-search (simple file/application search utility)

Desktop Utilities (optional)

  • lumina-archiver (front-end to tar, used for managing/creating archives)
  • lumina-calculator (scientific calculator with an easy-to-use interface)
  • lumina-fileinfo (file properties viewer, and simple XDG application registration creator)
  • lumina-fm (Insight File Manager, used for browsing/interacting with the system files)
  • lumina-mediaplayer (Simple media player with hooks for streaming from online radio services)
  • lumina-notify (CLI utility to show a graphical user prompt)
  • lumina-pdf (View/present PDF documents)
  • lumina-screenshot (Create/modify/save screenshots)
  • lumina-textedit (Plaintext editor with syntax highlighting, tab support, and find/replace functionality)
  • lumina-xdg-entry (Simple graphical tool for creating XDG desktop entries)
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@beanpole135 beanpole135 released this Nov 22, 2017 · 6 commits to qt5/1.4.0 since this release

Version 1.4.0 of the Lumina desktop environment.

The Lumina Desktop Environment is a lightweight system interface designed for use on any Unix-like operating system. Lumina is based on using plugins, which allows the entire interface to be arranged by each individual user as desired. A system wide default layout is also included, and is configurable by the system administrator. This allows every system (or user session) to be designed to maximize the individual user's productivity.

Summary of binaries:

Core (required)

  • start-lumina-desktop (used for launching a desktop session)
  • lumina-desktop (used for communicating with the currently-running desktop session)
  • lumina-open (complement to xdg-open, used for opening files/links with the proper application)
  • lumina-info (used for viewing information about the desktop itself)
  • lthemeengine (theme engine configuration utility)

Core Utilities (optional, but recommended)

  • lumina-config (used for configuring the desktop)
  • lumina-xconfig (front-end to xrandr, used for managing monitors)
  • lumina-search (simple file/application search utility)

Desktop Utilities (optional)

  • lumina-archiver (front-end to tar, used for managing/creating archives)
  • lumina-calculator (scientific calculator with an easy-to-use interface)
  • lumina-fileinfo (file properties viewer, and simple XDG application registration creator)
  • lumina-fm (Insight File Manager, used for browsing/interacting with the system files)
  • lumina-mediaplayer (Simple media player with hooks for streaming from online radio services)
  • lumina-notify (CLI utility to show a graphical user prompt)
  • lumina-pdf (View/present PDF documents)
  • lumina-screenshot (Create/modify/save screenshots)
  • lumina-textedit (Plaintext editor with syntax highlighting, tab support, and find/replace functionality)
  • lumina-xdg-entry (Simple graphical tool for creating XDG desktop entries)
Assets 2

Version 1.3.0 of the Lumina desktop environment.

The Lumina Desktop Environment is a lightweight system interface designed for use on any Unix-like operating system. Lumina is based on using plugins, which allows the entire interface to be arranged by each individual user as desired. A system wide default layout is also included, and is configurable by the system administrator. This allows every system (or user session) to be designed to maximize the individual user's productivity.

Patchset 1 Changes:
Re-apply a couple minor changes to the Insight file manager (lumina-fm) which got left out of the release by mistake.

  • Re-enable the "Open With" option on selected files.
  • Ensure that .desktop entries show the "name" property rather than the actual filename.

Summary of binaries:

Core (required)

  • start-lumina-desktop (used for launching a desktop session)
  • lumina-desktop (used for communicating with the currently-running desktop session)
  • lumina-open (complement to xdg-open, used for opening files/links with the proper application)
  • lumina-info (used for viewing information about the desktop itself)

Core Utilities (optional, but recommended)

  • lumina-config (used for configuring the desktop)
  • lumina-xconfig (front-end to xrandr, used for managing monitors)
  • lumina-search (simple file/application search utility)

Desktop Utilities (optional)

  • lumina-archiver (front-end to tar, used for managing/creating archives)
  • lumina-calculator (scientific calculator with an easy-to-use interface)
  • lumina-fileinfo (file properties viewer, and simple XDG application registration creator)
  • lumina-fm (Insight File Manager, used for browsing/interacting with the system files)
  • lumina-mediaplayer (Simple media player with hooks for streaming from online radio services)
  • lumina-notify (CLI utility to show a graphical user prompt)
  • lumina-screenshot (Create/modify/save screenshots)
  • lumina-textedit (Plaintext editor with syntax highlighting, tab support, and find/replace functionality)
  • lumina-xdg-entry (Simple graphical tool for creating XDG desktop entries)
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@beanpole135 beanpole135 released this Jun 26, 2017 · 2 commits to qt5/1.3.0 since this release

Version 1.3.0 of the Lumina desktop environment.

The Lumina Desktop Environment is a lightweight system interface designed for use on any Unix-like operating system. Lumina is based on using plugins, which allows the entire interface to be arranged by each individual user as desired. A system wide default layout is also included, and is configurable by the system administrator. This allows every system (or user session) to be designed to maximize the individual user's productivity.

Summary of binaries:

Core (required)

  • start-lumina-desktop (used for launching a desktop session)
  • lumina-desktop (used for communicating with the currently-running desktop session)
  • lumina-open (complement to xdg-open, used for opening files/links with the proper application)
  • lumina-info (used for viewing information about the desktop itself)

Core Utilities (optional, but recommended)

  • lumina-config (used for configuring the desktop)
  • lumina-xconfig (front-end to xrandr, used for managing monitors)
  • lumina-search (simple file/application search utility)

Desktop Utilities (optional)

  • lumina-archiver (front-end to tar, used for managing/creating archives)
  • lumina-calculator (scientific calculator with an easy-to-use interface)
  • lumina-fileinfo (file properties viewer, and simple XDG application registration creator)
  • lumina-fm (Insight File Manager, used for browsing/interacting with the system files)
  • lumina-mediaplayer (Simple media player with hooks for streaming from online radio services)
  • lumina-notify (CLI utility to show a graphical user prompt)
  • lumina-screenshot (Create/modify/save screenshots)
  • lumina-textedit (Plaintext editor with syntax highlighting, tab support, and find/replace functionality)
  • lumina-xdg-entry (Simple graphical tool for creating XDG desktop entries)
Assets 2

Version 1.2.0 of the Lumina desktop environment.

The Lumina Desktop Environment is a lightweight system interface designed for use on any Unix-like operating system. Lumina is based on using plugins, which allows the entire interface to be arranged by each individual user as desired. A system wide default layout is also included, and is configurable by the system administrator. This allows every system (or user session) to be designed to maximize the individual user's productivity.

Patchset 1 Changes:

  • Added a new "NO_XINPUT" compile-time flag for operating systems which do not have the xcb/xinput.h class available within the XCB library. Note that this will also disable/hide the input device management page within lumina-config.

Usage Example: qmake CONFIG+=NO_XINPUT

Summary of binaries:

Core (required)

  • start-lumina-desktop (used for launching a desktop session)
  • lumina-desktop (used for communicating with the currently-running desktop session)
  • lumina-open (complement to xdg-open, used for opening files/links with the proper application)
  • lumina-info (used for viewing information about the desktop itself)

Core Utilities (optional, but recommended)

  • lumina-config (used for configuring the desktop)
  • lumina-xconfig (front-end to xrandr, used for managing monitors)
  • lumina-search (simple file/application search utility)

Desktop Utilities (optional)

  • lumina-archiver (front-end to tar, used for managing/creating archives)
  • lumina-calculator (scientific calculator with an easy-to-use interface)
  • lumina-fileinfo (file properties viewer, and simple XDG application registration creator)
  • lumina-fm (Insight File Manager, used for browsing/interacting with the system files)
  • lumina-screenshot (Create/modify/save screenshots)
  • lumina-textedit (Plaintext editor with syntax highlighting, tab support, and find/replace functionality)
Assets 2

@beanpole135 beanpole135 released this Jan 3, 2017 · 1 commit to qt5/1.2.0 since this release

Version 1.2.0 of the Lumina desktop environment.

The Lumina Desktop Environment is a lightweight system interface designed for use on any Unix-like operating system. Lumina is based on using plugins, which allows the entire interface to be arranged by each individual user as desired. A system wide default layout is also included, and is configurable by the system administrator. This allows every system (or user session) to be designed to maximize the individual user's productivity.

Summary of binaries:

Core (required)

  • start-lumina-desktop (used for launching a desktop session)
  • lumina-desktop (used for communicating with the currently-running desktop session)
  • lumina-open (complement to xdg-open, used for opening files/links with the proper application)
  • lumina-info (used for viewing information about the desktop itself)

Core Utilities (optional, but recommended)

  • lumina-config (used for configuring the desktop)
  • lumina-xconfig (front-end to xrandr, used for managing monitors)
  • lumina-search (simple file/application search utility)

Desktop Utilities (optional)

  • lumina-archiver (front-end to tar, used for managing/creating archives)
  • lumina-calculator (scientific calculator with an easy-to-use interface)
  • lumina-fileinfo (file properties viewer, and simple XDG application registration creator)
  • lumina-fm (Insight File Manager, used for browsing/interacting with the system files)
  • lumina-screenshot (Create/modify/save screenshots)
  • lumina-textedit (Plaintext editor with syntax highlighting, tab support, and find/replace functionality)
Assets 2

Version 1.1.0 of the Lumina desktop environment.

Patchset 1: Fixed a critical issue with the new wallpaper stack and virtual workspaces.

The Lumina Desktop Environment is a lightweight system interface designed for use on any Unix-like operating system. Lumina is based on using plugins, which allows the entire interface to be arranged by each individual user as desired. A system wide default layout is also included, and is configurable by the system administrator. This allows every system (or user session) to be designed to maximize the individual user's productivity.

Assets 2

@beanpole135 beanpole135 released this Oct 21, 2016 · 1 commit to qt5/1.1.0 since this release

Version 1.1.0 of the Lumina desktop environment.

The Lumina Desktop Environment is a lightweight system interface designed for use on any Unix-like operating system. Lumina is based on using plugins, which allows the entire interface to be arranged by each individual user as desired. A system wide default layout is also included, and is configurable by the system administrator. This allows every system (or user session) to be designed to maximize the individual user's productivity.

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@beanpole135 beanpole135 released this Aug 19, 2016 · 2 commits to qt5/1.0.0 since this release

Patchset 2: Fix up the LIBPREFIX build flag, and add an additional rule for the Fedora distribution of Linux.
Patchset 1: Convert the "lte" symlink from an absolute to relative path. Fixes issues on some package build systems.

Version 1.0.0-Release of the Lumina desktop environment.

The Lumina Desktop Environment is a lightweight system interface designed for use on any Unix-like operating system. Lumina is based on using plugins, which allows the entire interface to be arranged by each individual user as desired. A system wide default layout is also included, and is configurable by the system administrator. This allows every system (or user session) to be designed to maximize the individual user's productivity.

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@beanpole135 beanpole135 released this Aug 9, 2016 · 5 commits to qt5/1.0.0 since this release

Patchset 1: Convert the "lte" symlink from an absolute to relative path. Fixes issues on some package build systems.

Version 1.0.0-Release of the Lumina desktop environment.

The Lumina Desktop Environment is a lightweight system interface designed for use on any Unix-like operating system. Lumina is based on using plugins, which allows the entire interface to be arranged by each individual user as desired. A system wide default layout is also included, and is configurable by the system administrator. This allows every system (or user session) to be designed to maximize the individual user's productivity.

Assets 2