Fedora LXQt provides a lightweight, well-integrated LXQt desktop environment. In addition to LXQt itself it provides a small, well selected collection of applications like the QupZilla browser, which combines Chromium's rendering engine with a nice Qt experience. Other applications include the Trojita mail client, the qBittorrent client, the Yarock music player and a set of some more commonly used applications. As all applications use the same Qt5 toolkit and the Breeze theme known from KDE, the desktop provides a unified and well-integrated style and theming. In addition breeze-gtk is provided to allow the user to integrate GTK applications too.
The goal of NetworkManager is to make networking just work with a minimum of user hassle, but still allow customization.
A lightweight multiplatform web browser written in Qt Framework and using its web rendering engine QtWebEngine.
Quassel IRC is a modern, cross-platform, distributed IRC client, meaning that one clients can attach to and detach from a central core
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QTerminal is a lightweight Qt terminal emulator based on QTermWidget.
dnfdragora is a DNF frontend, based on rpmdragora, written in Python 3 and uses libYui.
FeatherPad is a desktop indipendent and lightweight Qt5 plain-text editor for Linux.
qpdfview is a tabbed document viewer.
Dragon Player is a multimedia player where the focus is on simplicity, instead of features. Its simple interface is designed not to get in your way and instead empower you to simply play multimedia files.
LXImage-Qt is the Qt port of LXImage, a simple and fast image viewer you can also take screenshots with.
Yarock is Qt4/Qt5 Modern Music Player designed to provide an easy and pretty music collection browser based on cover art.
General help is available in #fedora-lxqt IRC channel on irc.libera.chat for real-time chat.
Users and developers are also available on the mailing list at email@example.com.
Specific documentation and tutorials are available at the LXQt project upstream website.
Sometimes you may encounter an issue with this spin that you can get help with using general Fedora support resources. A list of resources is available at the Fedora “Get Help” page.