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The name of the default desktop background file : warty-final-ubuntu.png. It is located in the usr/share/backgrounds folder.


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Ubuntu's app lifecycle policy prevents any app from running in the background. Only the currently active app on the screen is allowed to use the devices resources, any app open in the background is suspended. Ted Gould recently did a talk on the lifecycle policy https://youtu.be/v5iY2NgaBeY which explains all this nicely


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The default Ubuntu login screen is called lightdm. Chances are it's still installed, so you can just do sudo dpkg-reconfigure lightdm to re-select it. If it isn't installed, just run sudo apt-get install lightdm and then the command above. If you want to uninstall the other login screen (really a display manager), write down the other choices that show up ...


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Use kdenlive, free open-source video editor for GNU/Linux and FreeBSD, which supports DV, AVCHD and HDV editing. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sunab/kdenlive-release sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install kdenlive


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I use exactly the same configuration as you (Awesome inside XFCE). To resolve this issue, I think you need to remove at least the xfdesktop4 package. When I look at my config, I also removed the xubuntu-desktop package. I didn't remember if both removals are needed. One or two of these packages override the awesome desktop configuration. I think this is ...



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