I have just upgraded my Ubuntu 13.04 to 13.10. All things working fine but I can't change my desktop wallpaper. Whenever I try to change,it changes to solid color only. I'm using the GNOME desktop, not Unity.
Please help me out
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I had this problem because I mostly use xfce4 and had set nautilus to not control the desktop (
nautilus --no-desktop). Switching over to Unity, I had no wallpaper.
Try opening a terminal and type
nautilus --force-desktop &
(thats 2 dashes before force and one after)
If you get your wallpaper back it means nautilus isn't controlling the desktop at the moment.
I used to be able to use Ubuntu Tweak to set that switch but it isn't showing up in mine (version 0.8.6).
You could also try downloading
gnome-tweak-tool and set the switch in it. This is my first time answering and the formatting is too hard to figure out at 2:24 am so I hope you can make sense of this :)