This repository is providing several tools involved in the configuration of both LXQt and the underlying operating system.
On the one hand it is featuring several GUI tools to configure topics like general appearance, pointer devices or screen resolutions. On the other hand there's a GUI "Configuration Center" which summarizes all those configuration tools as well as counterparts of other LXQt components or third-party applications.
Configuration GUI tools
LXQt Appearance Configuration
Appearance of LXQt, that is topics like icon and LXQt theme or fonts.
Brightness settings of output devices.
Technically colors are adjusted to simulate varying brightness if the system LXQt is running on doesn't allow for adjusting the brightness itself.
Assigns MIME types to applications used to handle them. Not too user-friendly so far, see e. g. discussion in lxqt/lxqt#433.
Keyboard and Mouse
Configures hardware of pointer devices. Settings like repeat delay and interval of keyboards or acceleration of pointer devices.
Locale used within LXQt sessions. Basically this GUI sets the well-known
environment variables like
LC_*. The settings apply to the session
as a whole, that is to applications running within LXQt sessions but not
belonging to LXQt, too.
Adjusts screen resolutions, positioning of screens and the likes.
The "Configuration Center" (binary
lxqt-config) is summarizing and providing
various configuration GUIs.
First of all these are the ones belonging to repository lxqt-config described above. Next, it is hosting counterparts of several other LXQt components like "Desktop Notifications" of lxqt-notificationd, "Shortcut Keys" of lxqt-globalkeys or the tools provided by lxqt-admin. Third-party applications can include their configuration tools in "Configuration Center", too. This applies e. g. to "Connman UI Setup" of cmst or "SDDM Configuration" of sddm-config-editor. Other kinds of settings are shown under "Other Settings".
Compiling source code
Code configuration is handled by CMake. CMake variable
has to be set to
/usr on most operating systems, depending on the way library
paths are dealt with on 64bit systems variables like
have to be set as well.
To build run
make, to install
make install which accepts variable
The library is provided by all major Linux and BSD distributions.
Just use your package manager to search for string
Both the various configuration tools and the Configuration Center can be launched from the panel's main menu - Preferences - LXQt settings. Obviously the former can be launched from the latter, too.
Translations can be done in LXQt-Weblate