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:
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!
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