The Lumina Desktop Environment is a lightweight system interface that is designed for use on any Unix-like operating system. It takes a plugin-based approach, allowing the entire interface to be assembled/arranged by each individual user as desired, with a system-wide default layout which was setup by the system administrator.
minor feature: Added a new "NO_XINPUT" compile-time flag for operating systems which do not have the xcb/xinput.h class available within the XCB library. Note that this will also disable/hide the input device management page within lumina-config. Start-lumina-desktop (used for launching a desktop session). Lumina-desktop (used for communicating with the currently-running desktop session). Lumina-open (complement to xdg-open, used for opening files/links with the proper application). Lumina-info (used for viewing information about the desktop itself). Lumina-config (used for configuring the desktop). Lumina-xconfig (front-end to xrandr, used for managing monitors). Lumina-search (simple file/application search utility). Lumina-archiver (front-end to tar, used for managing/creating archives). Lumina-calculator (scientific calculator with an easy-to-use interface). Lumina-fileinfo (file properties viewer, and simple XDG application registration creator). Lumina-fm (Insight File Manager, used for browsing/interacting with the system files). Lumina-screenshot (Create/modify/save screenshots). Lumina-textedit (Plaintext editor with syntax highlighting, tab support, and find/replace functionality).