On my computer, I updated themes and “linux54 '” for the “linux510” of the manjaro community edition LXQt and generated an ISO with the changes I made in manjaro-tools.conf; Packages-Desktop; desktop-overlay/etc/default/grub; desktop-overlay/etc/lightdm/slick-greeter.conf
But my generated ISO is not important here, but I wonder if it would be time to update the community version LXQt to linux510?
Well, that’s why they are community editions.
It is/was maintained by a member of the community, but I believe said maintainer has dropped it again, so it is currently unmaintained and therefore without a new ISO.
I have no upload access to where ever the ISO is now located.
However - if you trust the domain uex.dk - which you do if you are using the mirror - you can get unofficial ISOs from https://iso.uex.dk which frankly is on another server but nevertheless I control the domain.
Here in Brazil when we say goodbye to friends that the next day or another time of day we will surely see in the day to day we say goodbye with a “see you soon” that the word here in Brazil is “Até mais”.
Where “T” is the prefix for “Até”
And the “+” sign is the prefix of “Mais”
Ah, sorry my bad english (google translator)
Another off topic one, promise last one, how do you type inexistent emoticon reaction to posts? It is not the first time I see you do that, I wanted to react to your post with :chorizzo: to test but it doesn’t allow me.
//EDIT: I wonder are there emoticon localized based on user forum preferences? Or is it a user side browser extension auto translating the sent emoticon on the fly? It seems :sorriso: could be :smile: →