So, as far as I understand I create another folder under /home/ (e.g. /home/tux/)
then copy the files from /home/limo/ to /home/tux/
When I log in to LXQT I will have /home/tux/ as my home and wont see the other /home/limo/ ?
Am I getting it right?
EDIT: Do you mean create absolutely out of /home/ something like /tux/home/tux/ from root?
EDIT 2: I don’t mind having KDE services running as I’ll mostly be using same services and KDE apps (Dolphin, K3B… Baloo…)
No. You create a folder outside home - a new structure starting from the root - adjecent to /home - not inside the /home tree.
This way it is maintainable - and because the permissions I advised setting will make sure that any user can access the share - you don’t have to add groups to the users.
Plain and simple - which is by far the preferred way of doing things - do not complicate something which can be really simple - but alas - humans tend to overcomplicate things - and it took me some years to learn how to simplify my Linux.
But as I had to start somewhere - I started using Gnome and then simplified my way back - learning Linux in process - then ending up using Openbox window manager - which also is the window manager of LXQt - which is the reason why LXQt works so well.