currently I´m using Lubuntu 18.03.5 LTS, 64 bit.
As this version will reach EOL next April I will have to do a fresh/clean install by then.
As a matter of fact Lubuntu uses the LXQt desktop environment in 20.04 which I don´t like very much. So I´m looking for another distro.
As I´ve been using BodhiLinux in a VM for quite a while now (and I like it very much) I´m definitively considering switching over to Bodhi as my main system.
Although I like the Moksha desktop quite well I was pondering whether it would be possible to install LXDE as a 2nd desktop environment on top as Bodhi is built on top of Ubuntu.
On https://wiki.lxde.org/en/Installation I found:
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Install LXDE onto an existing Linux system [...] Instructions for Ubuntu/Debian (APT) [...] Open a terminal as root and type: # sudo apt-get install lxde If you want to use the Lubuntu-packages (for Ubuntu-based systems), type: # sudo apt-get install lubuntu-core lubuntu-icon-theme lubuntu-restricted-extras
Would this procedure work with Bodhi as well?
Thank you so much for your help in advance.