I just changed the wallpaper but it's a disaster (too busy and I can't see the icons). Now, despite searching the forums, I can't find where the default wallpapers are stored. Pleeeese help!!
Along with Ubuntu 'Trusty', I'm running a bunch of the other 'buntu distros.....including Lubuntu 14.04 LTS.
I've changed the default wallpaper to one of my own. However, every time I boot into Lubuntu, I find, when I reach the desktop, that my wallpaper has disappeared, leaving me with a black screen. My top panel, icons and bottom panel 'dock' are still showing.
I have CM 11 on the nightlies. When I go in to change the wallpaper, regardless of the launcher that I use, I can only set them to either live wallpapers or a wallpaper that I used from my pictures. I am unable to use the default wallpapers that come with Cyanogenmod, Nova, etc.
I am attempting to get to have all background-wallpapers to be the same and to be changed at the same time.
What I have done so far to achieve this is the following:
- the file in /usr/share/wallpapers/Elarun/contents/images/2560x1600.png (thats where the default wallpaper is) is used as Desktop-Background
=> only it is a wallpaper that I have named "2560x1600.png" and copied
Tired of your old wallpaper? Trying to find the perfect 1080x1920 wallpaper but nothing seems to suit you?... So are we. We are searching for the best wallpapers everyday and we found that Clean Minimalistic Wallpapers are very close to what we are looking for.
Eyecandy lovers will love this yet again. The Ubuntu team has announced the Default and Community wallpapers of Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal today. The wallpapers chosen are really cool and you will surely love them.The default wallpaper is reportedly ‘Warty final’ with some modifications and the rest will be available in Ubuntu 11.04 Beta release.
By default, the wallpaper in the lightdm-gtk-greeter login changes according to which user is selected.
How do I change it so that the wallpaper completely ignores individual users wallpapers, and is set to its own persistent wallpaper.
I hate looking at other peoples wallpapers because most of them have ridiculous, unprofessional wallpapers, like on person who has
Running Ubuntu 14.04 on a Toshiba laptop, a Satellite E45-B4200 to be exact.
If I set the wallpaper to a picture that I downloaded, it looks fine on the desktop, however, the Unity Greeter wallpaper seems to go back to the default ugly purple wallpaper. If I choose one if the wallpapers that comes with Ubuntu, the greeter changes to match.