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How Do I configure LightDM to run seamlessly?

My Unity Greeter/LightDM is working fine in Precise with one exception. When the greeter first displays the default system wallpaper /usr/share/backgrounds/warty-final-ubuntu.png is visible for 1 ...
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How to set Default Unity Login Screen in Ubuntu 12.04 with Differant user background Screens [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I add customized wallpapers so they appear in the dynamic unity greeter? Installed Pangolin 12.04 X64 with 2 users, one user has The default Unity Login Screen ...
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2answers
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Change lock screen background through command line

I'm interested in changing my lock screen background through the command line. I'm hoping to be able to do it such that, after I run a series of commands, the next time it locks that image comes up. ...
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2answers
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Unity greeter background on Xubuntu 12.04

I'm running Xubuntu 12.04 and using the Unity greeter with LightDM. Everything works well except for I can never change the background. I've tried editing the .conf file, editing the gsettings as the ...
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2answers
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How to restore lightdm guest's wallpaper?

Recently I played a bit on changing lightdm wallpaper... Actually LightDM shows the user wallpaper but not the default guest wallpaper (instead it shows a uniform purple background for guest account). ...
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2answers
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How can I use custom wallpapers for the login screen?

I recently Installed 12.10 version and I loved it! But the there's something weird with Wallpapers. As long as I use a wallpaper from the /usr/share/backgrounds folder (I use the "appearance" dialog ...
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1answer
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Where are the login screen images stored on the HD

I'm in ubuntu 12.04 using two monitors. In the login screen in one monitor I have the purple background with the usernames list and the password text field. In the second monitor I have a version of ...
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0answers
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Ubuntu 12.04 login screen: go directly to user background, not via default

I know I'm being rather picky here, but is there a way to configure lightdm so that when the login screen shows after boot it directly shows the selected user's background, instead of first loading ...
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3answers
562 views

Wallpapers of only some users being dynamically loaded in LightDM

As this answer explains: Ubuntu 12.04 Unity greeter has introduced selected user dynamic background, that means that when selecting a user from the available users list the background will change ...
6
votes
1answer
504 views

What is wrong with this method of using an alternate lock screen background?

I have recently been trying to separate all three wallpaper states that are all the same as default. They are: Unity Greeter Lock screen Desktop All of them have a wallpaper, and as default the ...
3
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1answer
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Only a purple background displayed during the login screen. No wallpaper

I get only a purple screen for the background during login. Not even the default warty background. Its been like that since I installed Ubuntu. Ever since I came to know about the background of the ...
0
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1answer
562 views

Grey screen background during logon

Earlier during log on my screen's background used to be purple,but now it has become grey in colour,is it OK?But can anyone tell me why does did it happen.And,how can I switch from Lubuntu to ...
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0answers
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How do I fix corrupt background in LightDM?

After a fresh installation of Lubuntu 13.10 the default background image is distorted (the provided image shows a part of it). All GUI elements are displayed correctly. If I then select a different ...
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1answer
290 views

Cannot change login background / Also not auto changing

I have two machines running Ubuntu 13.10. One of the machines is changing the login wallpaper while choosing an account. I would like to have this on the other machine as well. But nothing changes ...
0
votes
1answer
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Setting custom font issues

Currently, I'm working on setting FreeSans as the standard font in my Ubuntu installation. But it stays ubuntu at three places: The category headers in the Unity dash, the text at the logout, shutdown ...

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