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Open terminal and type sudo nautilus and press enter (Enter your password) Browse your favorite image and copy that you want to set as wallpaper and also for login screen Press Ctrl+L and type /usr/share/backgrounds and press enter and paste your copied image here Now right-click on your image and select properties, in permissions tab select read only ...


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Below steps will give lightdm user access to the X-Server and open dconf-Editor to change the settings of Unity Greeter. Press Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard to open the terminal. When it opens, run the command below to install dconf-editor: sudo apt-get install dconf-editor Run command to get the root user privilege: sudo -i Allow user lightdm to create a ...


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You mention editing /etc/xdg/awesome/rc.lua. This is the global/default awesome config (which gets overwritten on updates btw). Your personal config at ~/.config/awesome/rc.lua gets used first. Edit this file and it should stick. haven't got a clue about the rest.


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I don't know the four questions I'm afraid. Your problem is that the colour reverts on restart? And that running the command: theme.wallpaper_cmd = { "hsetroot -solid '#000000'" } sets it to black corectly. Have you tried adding a .desktop file in /home/<USER>/.config/autostart? Run these commands: mkdir .config/autostart (don't worry if it ...



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