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Ubuntu Tweak will most probably work. Possible reasons of your problem: Permissions to your Image file is wrong. The Image file should have the following permissions: Owner: Root Access :Read and Write Group: Root Access: Read-only Others: Read-only Your File location is not suitable I strongly recommend you to copy your Image file ...


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I realize this is a late response (like, years late) but I thought I would go ahead and put something here for anyone else having the same issues. I see this issue all the time. This is just one way to do it that is easy to script and deploy. Keep in mind this is an inelegant solution that is similar to this one: How do I create a popup banner before ...


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Restart machine In grub menu choose advanced option Select "recovery" item In window menu choose "root" Type: passwd user_name reboot Your grub menu is probably hidden - so you need to use keyboard (ESC) to see it :-) You can also use live-cd distro to do this task. mount your "/" partition (let say: /media/sda1), and use chroot /media/sda1. Then type ...


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That is a confirmed bug in 14.04 after using the button, the screen rotates on the next restart. There's a workaround mentioned there to fix it. an init-script, that removes monitors.xml and monitors.xml.backup on shutdown and reboot. Start Gedit as root. sudo gedit Copy the following lines #!/bin/sh rm /home/USERNAME/.config/monitors.xml rm ...


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I had the same problem after installing Gnome desktop. I think its because these "themes" call for background from different places. What I did: went to /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme found the .png file that was my background (for me it was noise-texture.png) replaced that file with a background of my liking (keeping "noise-texture.png" name) For you ...



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