I customized Fedora with extra packages,now I want to change installation background image not Desktop background image & grub image.
How to change installation background images?
I have installed Fedora 18 64-bit on my laptop. A many thanks to the fedora team for making it such smooth and beautiful release.
I want to change the lock screens background image. The background image of the lock screen is by default set to match the user's wallpaper. But I want to set it to use image that is different than my desktop wallpaper. Any clues on how to do that?
Two days ago my background image I use for the Grub background was working just fine. I pulled down the 1600x900 .jpg image from the Web (I had been using a larger, but resized image) and replaced the existing image with this one.
I am using Ubuntu 13.10. I try to change my background image however, I can not open the option window from settings menu, even by right click on desktop. If I try to open it from desktop it directs me to the global setting menu. I can only change the image via clicking on a image and commanding as being background image.
How do you think I can grasp the appearance settings again?
I am trying to use grub-customizer to add a custom background image and use the Ubuntu Condensed font. The preview looks fine:
But when I actually boot up, I get a messed-up configuration. The text is messed-up, with "unknown character" symbols appearing for the box around the boot menu options (because apparently only the default grub font has these special characters?).
I use the latest version of Grub Customizer (3.0.2) and Ubuntu 12.04. On "appearance settings" I changed the background image and the font, but once I reboot the system they don't appear on grub, there's always the default ubuntu background image and the font seems a bit changed but not very well... Why?
Well, this might be a bit hard to explain but here is the deal: I have a custom view which has a background image and some other smaller images drawn above it. The whole view, when the user selects the option to save it, will be scaled to a certain resolution, let's say 900x900px.