I put Kubuntu on an old computer, and the default KDE plasma, seems to much for the video card. So I put a video card in the old thing, and was able to run plasma, but I can't keep the video card in the pc ( it's a long story - not worth the time ) So while the video card is in the pc, I install lxde, and took the video card out. That worked great, the lxde desktop displays fine.
So I want to run the proprietary drivers thing, because I think this old pc has an NVidia card in it. My theory is that once the drivers are install, maybe KDE plasma will work. I'm doing all of this because I prefer plasma.
the problem is that in lxde, I've search through all the menus and can't find the thing to install additional drivers. I did see it when I had the add-on video card, and was running KDE plasma. I'm assuming that with the add-on video card, running the additional drivers thing would load drivers for the add-on card and not the on board video. I think this would happen because when the add-on video is installed, I think the bios disables the on board video.
So is there a way to get to kde plasma menu items with in lxde?