Slackware :: Change Gnome Wallpaper On Power Resume Screen?

Mar 28, 2010

I got Slackware 13 installed with GNOME SlackBuild v2.26.3 I am trying to find where the wallpaper of power resuming screen is siting on, I mean, after the power was resuming (after hibernation mode for example), you have the screen where you should type your password to logon back to the system, so does someone one where is it?

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Slackware :: When Change The Bright Of Screen - Xfce Power Manager Show A Info Bar - Now It Disappear

Aug 3, 2010

I'm running Slackware64 13.1. When I change the bright of my screen, xfce power manager show a info bar. But now it disappear, when I run xfce4-power-manager from a terminal I get this info:


Another thing, Slackware don't have cpu governors?

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OpenSUSE :: Wallpaper Will Not Change In Gnome?

Jan 9, 2010

I have just installed opensuse 11.2 and am using the gnome desktop environment. I just can't get it to change wallpapers. I select a wallpaper in the list, and nothing happens. I download a wallpaper and add it to the backgrounds. select it. nothing happens. I don't particularly like the default wallpaper and I hate to abandon the whole OS just because of this, but it's irritating.

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Debian :: Change GNOME Wallpaper Through A Script Or A Command?

Mar 12, 2010

So here is my GNOME background config file: less .gconf/desktop/gnome/background/%gconf.xml

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<entry name="primary_color" mtime="1249674695" type="string">


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General :: Change The Wallpaper In Mint 11 Log In Screen

Sep 12, 2011

I am having a bit of a issue finding the way of how to change the wallpaper for Linux Mint 11 log in screen.

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Software :: Change Fedora Login Screen Wallpaper?

Mar 11, 2011

When you first boot into fedora, it asks you for a user and password, and the background is the default blue fedora wallpaper.. how do you change that?

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Slackware :: 13.37: Crazy Flashing Screen After ACPI Resume?

May 6, 2011

Slackware 13.37 is giving me ugly suspend/resume problems.When I suspend to RAM and my laptop wakes up again, I get a corrupt screen flashing like crazy.This happens when I suspend from the console and when in X11; be it by issuing 'echo mem >/sys/power/state' or 'pm-suspend'.Tried the 'save-pci' quirk for 'pm-suspend', no dice.Tried to POST the card with 'vbetool' after resume, no dice. Tried to save/restore vbestate before and after suspend/resume, no dice.What is one supposed to do to get this stuff to work in 2011?Funny thing that suspend-to-disk works as it should.Also, with 12.2 I would pick a VGA mode for the console in 'lilo.conf' and it would freaking stick. Not anymore. Now the 1st half of the boot is performed in my chosen mode (80x30), then it switches to maximum resolution with an idiotically unsightly small font.My laptop is an Acer Aspire 5101 with an ATI Radeon 200M card.Is anyone going thru the same hell or has anyone found a fix?

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Slackware :: Error Building Gnome-power-manager 2.30

May 20, 2010

I use Slackware 13.0 with the kernel, and I use GnomeSlackbuild.I tried to get help on their discussion group, but I didn't get any.I'm trying to build gnome-power-manager 2.30, because it uses the new upower interface (so it seems). I have GTK+ 2.18.9.

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Slackware :: Unable To Change Settings In Power Manager?

Mar 3, 2011

How can I set it so that the account can change the settings in power manager? They're all grey'd out and unchangable And when I click on hibernate, it says suspend and hibernate are only supported through HAL, which is unavailable. I'm sure that hald is running.

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Software :: Gnome-power-manager Missing After PC-crash - Screen Froze?

Jan 14, 2010

Last week I upgraded my Ubuntu 8.04 to a 8.10. While my ever so loyal machine was performing this business, I started my diner, once in a while having a quick look at how things were going. And they were going fine. The last thing I noticed on the screen was that upgrading was at about 3 minutes from finishing, and when I got back to my PC I was confronted with a black screen. Later on I found out that the reason for the crash was a malfunctioning USB-hub in which my mouse was located.

Anyway, I couldn't get my Ubuntu running, the only thing I got to do was reach the log-in screen, enter my username and password, after which the screen froze. Typing CTRL+ALT+F1 gave me a terminal window, but I had no clue what to go looking for or where/how I could find it.

In the mean time I re-partitioned the HD (75GB), placed the old Ubuntu on a 30GB partition and gave the other 45GB to a new partition on which I re-installed my Ubuntu 8.04. Working from that partition I was able to find out that the old version had indeed upgraded to 8.10 but was missing the <gnome-power-manager> file.

My question now: If I can in any way restore that missing file or point me out some kind of tutorial where I can learn how to do it?

Untill now I have been looking through about a few hundred tutorials, but most of them are written by people who know the terminal inside-out, and frankly are not really easily understandable for newbies.

The fact is: in that old version I have many maps and files which I would like to save (yes, you are completely right: I should have saved them in the first place!) but some of them are for some reason write-protected and I do not know how to get root-priviliges to un-lock them.

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Slackware :: Laptop Screen Not Switching Back On When Powered Down By Power Manager

May 23, 2011

My power settings is set to put the laptop screen to sleep after some minutes of inactivity. This works fine, however it doesn't want to come back to life if I move the mouse, type etc...

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OpenSUSE :: Installed Webilder Application To Automatically Change Wallpaper - Can't Change Background

Mar 30, 2010

I installed the webilder application to automatically change the wallpaper, preferences you've specified the directory where the images but I can not change the background. Does anyone know why not change?

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Ubuntu :: 10.04 Gnome Login Screen Change?

Apr 27, 2010

are you able to change the login screen on ubuntu 10.04? as in the wallpaper..

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Slackware :: Slackware 13.1 XFCE Persistent Wallpaper

Mar 21, 2011

Slackware 13.1 XFCE. I've come across a strange problem which i've never had before on Slackware. I decided to set a desktop up for my sister. Being girls as they are she wanted to change the wallpaper. I showed her how, however when the machine is restarted the wallpaper turns back to default. In all my slack machines around here, i just simply right click on the desktop and change it. That makes it persistent throughout boots. I'm obviously missing something.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Change Gnome Login Screen In 11.2?

Apr 13, 2010

I've been searching in google and in this forum on how to change the default gnome login screen in OpenSuSE 11.2?Have read harindaka's thread (How to Downgrade GDM in openSuse 11.2 to one used in 11.1 - openSUSE Forums) but it seems there's no guide for changing the login screen.

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Ubuntu :: How To Change Gnome Login Screen Theme

Sep 2, 2010

So, here's the story: I did some messing about with the ambiance-maverick-beta theme and it worked fine, but the login screen, missing the default Ambiance theme, defaulted to Clearlooks. Clearlooks. So, I tried upgrading to Maverick, thinking it would default the login screen to the new themes. No such luck.

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Slackware :: Ctrl+up|down Don't Change Screen Brightness Any More

Jul 16, 2010

i had slackware 13.0 on my dell vostro 1320 and it was all good, but since the upgrade to 13.1 i cannot change the screen brightness with ctrl+up and ctrl+down keys..i'm not even sure how to start with this problem. from what i understand these keys 'call' a bios function...? so that would mean that some kernel module is not being loaded?or has the desktop environment lost the key mappings and that is causing my trouble?

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Ubuntu :: No Wallpaper In Gnome 3?

Jun 2, 2011

Trying Ubuntu yet again (seems to occur every 6 months or so!)

I've installed Natty, and wasn't so keen on Unity so I decided to try Gnome 3. Not sure if I prefer it either but better than unity I think so giving it a go.

Anyway, my problem is that I don't have a wallpaper and changing it doesn't have any effect, it's just a solid colour.

At first I didn't have a desktop at all but changing a setting in the gnome 3 tweak tool (Have file manager handle the desktop > on) fixed that. Then I went to install nautilus elementary but that messed up my wallpaper, hence it's now blank. I've reverted to Nautilus now but I'm not sure elementary actually worked as it didn't look any different.

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General :: Slackware 13 + Gnome Gsb2.2. Freezes On The Screen?

Jun 10, 2010

Some program's like Adobe Reader, Open Office and some other, when opening them, the screen is not readable an attachment )My hardware is:Code:00:02.0 VGA compatible controller:Intel Corporation 82852/855GM Integrated Graphics Device (rev 02)00:02.1 Display controller: Intel Corporation 82852/855GM Integrated Graphics Device (rev 02)It did not happen on the same hardware with OpenSuse or rhel5 installed

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OpenSUSE :: How To Change KDE Wallpaper

Jul 20, 2010

I have been using 10.2 for the longest time. Just did fresh install of 11.3. I can't figure out how to change just the wallpaper. I found out how to change themes, but not just the wallpaper.

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General :: Unable To Change Screen Resolution On Slackware 12.2

Mar 8, 2010

I am unable to change mu screen resolution in slackware 12.2. I am editing the xorg.conf in "etc/X11/" with nano. My graphics card is a ATI with 64MB RAM. My monitor is capable of 1280x1024 @ 60Hz. Heres the xorg.conf:

# File generated by xf86config.
# Copyright (c) 1999 by The XFree86 Project, Inc.
# Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
# copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"),
# to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation
# the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense,
# and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the
# Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: .....

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Ubuntu :: Cannot Change Wallpaper In Xfce4

Jul 8, 2010

So, I had a system failure earlier today. I decide to reinstall xubuntu 9.10 on my computer. Everything goes fine and then when I start getting things set the way I want them, I find that for some odd reason, I can not change my wallpaper in xfce4. Added to that, when I click the right mouse button, nothing happens(yes I have it checked to open the application menu) and when I click in the left mouse button and drag(usually a frame appears), nothing happens.

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Ubuntu :: Unable To Change Wallpaper?

May 2, 2011

I was not able to change my wallpaper.I think it might be due to permission i guess..See the gconf-value

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Ubuntu :: Unable To Change The Wallpaper

Jun 27, 2011

i cant change my wallpaper, no mater how many times i tried to change its still same default ubuntu Wallpaper. But in configuration editor it shows that i changed my wallpaper. Desktop enviroment is gnome 3

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General :: Change Wallpaper By Script?

Feb 25, 2011

I want to write a script to change my wallpaper,but I have to change to root .How can i change the wallpaper by ordinary user?

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General :: Change The Background Wallpaper?

Nov 1, 2010

I am slowly working my way through the OS. I am trying to change the background wallpaper. The images are all present but when I effect the alteration, the new background appears for a couple of seconds then vanishes with a message to the effect that the pathway to the folders/files does not exist.

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Ubuntu :: Wallpaper Change Slows Down Laptop?

Jan 28, 2010

I have a Dell XPS M1530 which has 4GB of RAM and Nvidia graphics card. I have problem with Ubuntu 9.10 (had the same problem with previous version). If I change the desktop wallpaper from System > Preference > Appearance it seems to freeze everything momentarily (15-30 seconds). Then you see the jagged transition happen when wallpaper changes from current to new.

I tried with wallpaper-tray applet and it has the same affect. I have NVIDIA-Linux-x86-100.14.09-pkg1 installed for Nvidia and all the effects enabled. They don't run slow at all...Like when I move the window, the window frame is fluid and flows beautifully. Is there a way I can make the wallpaper issue go away? Or disable the transition effect on wallpaper change?

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Feb 12, 2010

I just installed Ubuntu 9.10 on a t41 laptop. Everything is snappy and great but I can't copy anything to the desktop, I also can't change the wall paper. Is there a setting I need to reset?

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Ubuntu :: Change The Wallpaper In Windows 7 Starter?

Feb 4, 2011

I'm planning on getting a netbook soon (probably in May), and the model I want (Asus EEE PC 1001PX-EU17-BK) comes with Windows 7 Starter. Should I keep Windows 7, install Ubuntu 11.04, or dual-boot?

I have already found intructions on how to dual boot the way I want, and how to change the wallpaper in Windows 7 Starter. I also already have experiance with Ubuntu, Unity 3D, and Windows XP.What would be the best solution?

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Fedora :: F11 Boots To Wallpaper But No Gnome After Kernel Update

Sep 8, 2009

Applied several updates last night including a kernel and a suggest kmod-nvidia but the 5-43 kernel boots to a wallpaper gnome screen the first time.

Booted to the "fallback" 2.6.29....17 kernel and it worked fine.

Then also booted but without nvidia.

Installing akmod-nvidia as sugggested in other posts. Also see a kmod for this kernel.

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