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I'm looking for a wallpaper I used to have on my Xubuntu 14.04. I have no clue whether it was an Ubuntu one or not. It was blue, cartoon style, and it represented a band of paper airplanes about to attack some planet.

Could anyone help me to find it, please?

  • It reminds me of a standard debian wallpaper (debian being upstream of Ubuntu would likely have included it, but not had it a default background) titled "SpaceFun" alas it only has a single [cartoon style] rocket attacking a planet - found in desktop-base or /usr/share/wallpapers/SpaceFun/ if installed. – guiverc Sep 7 at 23:31
  • Is desktop-base a package ? – Beto Sep 9 at 0:08
  • packages.ubuntu.com/… – guiverc Sep 9 at 0:37
  • Thanks, I'll take a look at it – Beto Sep 10 at 1:26
  • fyi: I love my wallpapers, and any ubuntu release you can have all current & prior Ubuntu (and flavor) wallpapers, eg. me on my current 19.10 system I can get all wallpapers excluding 19.10 ones *as they haven't come out yet (when I mean all, I mean all flavors too!). Myself I like aptitude & search for -wallpaper in the name - but use whatever you're comfortable with... packages.ubuntu.com/… – guiverc Sep 10 at 1:48
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Did you look at the list of 'standard' wallpaper presented to you when you select wallpaper? If it is standard, then it should be in the same place as all the other standard options.

  • Yes I did. But it was on the 14.04, I'm presently running the 16.04 xubuntu. I don'r think it was a standard wallpaper though – Beto Sep 9 at 0:09

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