I have two Linux machines here, one of which is running Ubuntu and the OpenSSH-Server. This machine has a simple Python file for testing which sets the wallpaper to a certain image file which is saved on the same computer.
The second computer is running Mint. From this machine, I can SSH into the Ubuntu desktop and view the same Python file. If I try to run it over the SSH connection with the intent to change the Ubuntu machine's wallpaper, however, it gives an error:
$python Wall\ Change.py ** (process:6358): WARNING **: failed to commit changes to dconf: Error spawning command line `dbus-launch --autolaunch=3faa43ef9e80dcbe8adc0bc5000000007 --binary-syntax --close-stderr': Child process exited with code 1
I'm thinking that perhaps the python file is attempting to run on the client Mint machine instead of the intended Ubuntu machine.
If anyone has an idea as to what I should change, let me know.