# Ubuntu – Start LXDE with Lubuntu configuration using command

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On my computer I have a neat little Lubuntu installation running. It loads a nice LXDE desktop themed with the nice Lubuntu theme whenever I use lxdm to login. When I use the startlxde command to start LXDE however, the desktop session that gets loaded is a default, bare bones LXDE session which appeals less to my taste. Kind of a shame!

The reason that I use startlxde to start a session is that I'm attempting to log on remotely using NX. I need to supply a command to NX that starts up an X desktop it can use, and startlxde does just that. But as stated above doesn't load the right theming and lxpanel configurations unfortunately.

Is there a way to load the same Lubuntu configuration (with the proper theming and lxpanel settings) as lxdm does when I log on over NX?