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KDE Plasma desktop The KDE configuration files: http://techbase.kde.org/KDE_System_Administration/Configuration_Files The KDE is using the plasma desktop and the wallpaper is an applet/widget. The plasma desktop applet configuration file is: plasma-desktop-appletsrc. The wallpaper setting can be set for the each activity/desktop. The positioning ...
Make sure Nemo is set to 'NOT handle the desktop'. Run this command: gsettings set org.nemo.desktop show-desktop-icons false
Given up on 12.04. I just installed 13.10 instead. It's not an LTS release but I don't mind waiting for 14.04 as my next LTS! :-)
could it be that you oversee the fact that a .deb installer (and thus the postinst script) run from root? wallpapers are set on user level. What you are actually trying to do is give the user "root" a nice wallpaper.
This seems to be a bug. If you run this from the terminal: $ kcmshell4 kcm_lightdm you get warnings about invalid permissions (even if you run it as root), and at the end the message: kcmshell(2213) LightDMKcm::save: save failed: "" About the splash screen: which one do you mean? KDE's login splash screen or the system bootup splash screen? KDE's ...
I have the same problem as you with the black desktop. I'm running unity on ubuntu 13.10 with cinnamon and nemo installed. I've found that if I log out of unity to the login screen the desktop background appears. I wait about 15 secs and then log back into unity and then the desktop background works as normal. Obviously this is not the ideal solution but ...
This is the Trusty Tahr Wallpaper Submission Group.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/apps sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install sidewall This application allows you to do that, for more information see this
My thought after hearing this is that the pictures that you are trying to set as desktop wallpaper contain some EXIF data that define their orientation. While the photo ought to have been taken upside down, the EXIF data (that the camera included in the photo) inform your system that the picture was taken this way, and thus it displays the picture as it ...
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