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Install ubuntu tweak If you haven't installed yet. open it go to tweaks tab then Login settings and there you can choose your login wallpaper. to install ubuntu tweak sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-tweak
I think that should do the job Use the following code to get the connected devices and count them: connectedOutputs=$(xrandr | grep " connected" | sed -e "s/\([A-Z0-9]\+\) connected.*/\1/") activeOutput=$(xrandr | grep -e " connected [^(]" | sed -e "s/\([A-Z0-9]\+\) connected.*/\1/") connected=$(echo $connectedOutputs | wc -w) then you have to ...
The hint is X11 initialization failed. Graphics programs find the display screen through the '$DISPLAY' environment variable. Ssh does not propagate '$DISPLAY' by default, ssh -X gets you your own X session and sets '$DISPLAY'. but that is not the answer. Perhaps if you had done xhost +inet:remotesystem on the server first... See man xhost, and SEE ALSO ...
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