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Test this: Open a terminal,Press Ctrl+Alt+T Run it: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:fyrmir/livewallpaper-daily sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install livewallpaper livewallpaper-config livewallpaper-indicator livewallpaper-config


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Wherever I've written USER, change it to your username (e.g. mine is tim). Create a new folder, perhaps in your pictures folder, and navigate to it: mkdir /home/$USER/Pictures/Wallpaper cd /home/$USER/Pictures/Wallpaper make a new file, make it executable, and edit it: touch bgchange.sh chmod +x bgchange.sh gedit bgchange.sh Add the following to the ...


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It will take a background script to keep track of whether the second monitor is connected or not. The script below checks every five seconds if that is the case, and sets the wallpaper accordingly. The script also remembers the set wallpaper for the two states (connected/disconnected) in a hidden file. The file is automatically updated if you change the ...


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I have managed to change the launcher icons using the following steps: Create the directory /etc/guest-session/skel While logged on under an admin account, start a guest session Make any changes to the guest session that you want using whatever tools/utilities you wish Change back to admin account and open a terminal cd to /tmp and find the temporary guest ...


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I solved by installing dconf: `sudo apt-get install dconf-editor` I opened dconf and at the following path: org > compiz > profiles > plugins > core I rearranged the plugin with 'expo' as the last one. The wallpaper wouldn't load because the 'wallpaper' plugin was loaded before the 'imgpng' one. Hitting on "Set as default" (I use it in italian so I ...



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