lumina-config man page

lumina-config — modifies different desktop settings.

Synopsis

lumina-config

Description

Appearance, desktop defaults, interface configuration, system settings, and user settings are adjustable. Different configuration options for each category are listed in the GUI configuration section below.

GUI Configurables

Each category contains different configurables.

Appearance:

Theme

Change the interface of fonts and colors.

Window Effects

Adjust transparency levels and window effects.

Wallpaper

Change background image.

Window Manager

Change window settings and appearances.

Desktop Defaults:

Applications

Change default applications.

Keyboard Shortcuts

Change keyboard shortcuts.

Autostart

Automatically start applications or services.

Interface Configuration:

Desktop

Change what icons or tools are embedded on the desktop.

Panels

Change any floating panels and what they show.

Menu

Change what options are shown on the desktop context menu.

System Settings:

AppCafe

Manage system applications

Fcitx Configuration

Change Fcitx configuration.

Lumina Screen Configuration

Setup monitors and screens.

Mouse Configuration

Change mouse sensitivty and orientation.

Screensaver

Change screensaver properties.

System Updates

Check and apply updates or change update settings.

User Configuration

Change user details and groups.

XScreenSaver Lock

Lock the screen with XScreenSaver.

XScreenSaver Stop

Stop XscreenSaver daemon.

Device Manager

Manage devices connected to the system.

PulseAudio Preferences

View and modify the configuration of the local sound server.

Service Manager

Run or enable start on boot for various services.

Task Manager

View or stop a currently running process.

XScreenSaver Blank

Blank the screen with (activate) XScreenSaver.

XScreenSaver Start

Start XScreenSaver daemon.

User Settings:

General Options

Change basic user settings such as time and date formats.

Localization

Change the default locale settings for this user.

Files

Authors

Aaron St. John and Tim Moore ⟨aaron@ixsystems.com⟩

Info

November 6, 2017