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Question LXDE - how to set env variables ?

Hello guys,

One of my PC's the Mplayer+Movies+TV thing sitting in my closet, has just been upgraded, and since it runs LXDE due to the mplayer issues on fullscreen + synergy mouse , I lost the dark "kde" (konsole / konqueror) backgrounds, so I am trying to do the same trick I managed for my Xfce boxes, which is create an .xinitrc in the .config/xce4 folder , copying the original from /etc/xdg/xfce4 , and adding this on top:

bash-4.3$ more ./.config/xfce4/xinitrc
Which works well for Xfce, and I can use qt5ct to set up my QT-based backgrounds (KDE) to follow the Xfce colors.

So I decided to do this for LXDE, but I can't seem to find a way to pass those env variables into my lxsession
checked this link here, https://sourceforge.net/p/lxde/bugs/824/
but they seem to have the same issue.

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