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Every release, the Fedora Design team creates a new default wallpaper for Fedora. In addition to the default wallpaper, the Fedora repositories also contain a set of extra Supplemental Wallpapers for each release. These older wallpapers are not installed by default, but are easily installed from the Fedora Repositories. If you have just set up a fresh install of Fedora, and want to expand your choices for your desktop wallpaper, the older Fedora wallpapers are a great choice.
Thank you for your post. I tried the Fedora 25 Extra command and it works perfectly. But then I tried the Fedora 11 default (the lion), the terminal said ‘Complete!’ but I couldn’t find the lion wallpaper in the Wallpaper gallery (right click on desktop -> change background). Any ideas why it doesn’t show up? Thank you!
Fedora 15 also shipped with an alternate wallpaper, that was used by default on non-GNOME spins. To get this wallpaper, use the following command in the Terminal:
The default wallpaper for Fedora 15 was a remix of the default GNOME wallpaper at the time. To install the Fedora 15 default wallpaper, use the following command in the Terminal:
@Joe: I believe the F11 backgrounds are old enough that they don’t provide the XML files that GNOME 3 uses (starting in F15). If you locate the background, you can use this command to set it through the terminal:
Please note that this (CIA terminal) was submitted to this site from an independent author, we do not have the resources to check the contents.
This post lists out the older wallpapers available in the Fedora repositories, and how to install them on your current Fedora install. On Fedora Workstation, after you have installed your desired pack, they will show up in the Wallpapers tab in the Background chooser in the Settings.