[Lazarus] Lazarus on Linux, which desktop environment?
Mehmet Erol Sanliturk
m.e.sanliturk at gmail.com
Sun Nov 21 00:53:35 CET 2021
I am using Fedora distributions with KDE installed for my daily work and in
a different NFS network using Fedora with KDE for Lazarus/FPC , Fortran
and C programming . Previously I was using NFS and Samba together for the
SAME NFS server in Fedora and KDE ( because it is easy to manage NFS server
computers with KDE with respect to only "Fedora server" which is using
command line management ) because of developing my programs also in Windows
. ( When Linux is used only ) file names are consistently handled with
respect to case sensitivity and file access rights . When Windows is used
on the same NFS server through Samba , as a result of editing or touching
file names , file names are converted to UPPERcase and their access rights
are broken . In such a combined use , it is forced to use ONLY Windows to
manage file names and access rights consistently . For that reason I have
abandoned the use of Windows and continued with only Linux . It is possible
to use Windows if you CAN ACCESS to NFS server from Windows ( if Windows is
allowing such an access ) ( for ONLY compilations but never for editing )
( because it is becoming necessary to adjust file names ( you may use
UPPERcase in Linux also but sometimes this may NOT be possible ) and their
access rights to enable to use them from Linux ) . In short , the use of
such a combination ( as Linux and Windows ) is really difficult .
It is possible to use KUbuntu ( KDE with Ubuntu ) . My choice is Fedora
because I find it more easily usable and with respect to their *.rpm
repository quality .
With my best wishes for all of you ,
Mehmet Erol Sanliturk
On Sun, Nov 21, 2021 at 2:02 AM Bo Berglund via lazarus <
lazarus at lists.lazarus-ide.org> wrote:
> I have been using Lazarus/FPC for a long time on Windows and also on
> Pi Linux.
> I also have two laptops on which I run Ubuntu Mate 20.04.3, where I have
> installed Lazarus and FPC.
> That all works OK.
> But now I would like to put Lazarus/FPC on a dedicated Ubuntu *Server*
> so I don't have to run the two laptops to access Lazarus.
> And this brings me to my question:
> I have understood that Lazarus behaves differently depending on the desktop
> environment on Linux, and at the same time I have great problems with
> what comes with stock Ubuntu 20...
> So I want to get something that is working like Mint and still able to
> applications that will run on stock Ubuntu.
> And the desktop environment I have to install should be light weight too,
> office or video applications etc. Just basic tools for handling the system
> GParted etc.
> I will access the desktop over the network using RealVNC on my Windows10
> PC, so
> I have to install TigerVNC into the server after the desktop environment
> is in
> What should I install?
> Will KDE work?
> Or does in not matter for Lazarus?
> Bo Berglund
> Developer in Sweden
> lazarus mailing list
> lazarus at lists.lazarus-ide.org
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