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xfce - Command to change the wallpaper in XUbuntu - …

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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How to Customize the Xfce Desktop : Xfce Panel Configuration

If You are interested, below are terminal-startup logs from running Notes from terminal on F25 and on F26:

For backup purposes in case something goes wrong with your XMonad settings, it is recommended to create a new Xfce session. To do so, open the "Sessions and Startup" option dialog either from the "Settings" section of the Xfce menu, or in Xfce's Settings Manager (xfce-setting-show). Enable the the session chooser and automatic saving of sessions, then logout and log back in again. When the session chooser appears, choose to create a new session.

A word of warning: I found that the session chooser kept crashing Xfce on a freshly installed Xfce-4.4.2. If this happens to you, delete the ~/.config/xfce-session directory.

lightdm - XFCE Changed Login Wallpaper - Ask Ubuntu

Note that as far as I know, it isn't possible to have for the same user both a standard Xfce login and an XMonad Xfce login. Whilst you can have different sessions to determine whether you use XMonad or not, there are some settings - such as the panel layout - that aren't saved on a per-session basis.

This changed the wallpaper on my login screen to the standard XFCE greeter

If you're already using Xfce, you may wish to first backup your ~/.config directory. Whilst Xfce isn't the only application/library/etc. to utilise the ~/.config directory to store it's settings, it does so in a few different sub-directories (i.e. in some cases specific applications have their own settings directory), it's easier to backup the whole thing.

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If you so wish you can now customize the panels and the plugins on them. This can be safely left to later, however. With XMonad, I typically only have one panel rather than the default two. In terms of panel plugins, I've removed the Task List, but kept the pager: with the EWMH settings in XMonad, Xfce's pager acts as a mini-preview of your various layouts!

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If you so wish, you can now disable the session chooser, though I suggest you leave it enabled until you've successfully managed to login to your Xfce/XMonad environment several times.

XFCE's extra/terminal package comes with a darker color palette.

Open up the Xfce settings manager. There, you can customise Xfce to your hearts content. Note that the following settings dialogs won't be applicable once we start XMonad:

howto:install_new_themes [Xfce Wiki]

Run Xfce's Autostarted Applications manager (either under the Settings section in the Xfce menu (Menu -> Settings -> Setting Manager -> Sessin and Startup -> Application Autostart tab) or run ). Add an entry for xmonad and set the command to (assuming xmonad is in your path). Ensure that the new autostarted application entry you just created is ticked.

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We're going to utilise Xfce's Session Manager to make sure that xfwm4 (Xfce's default WM) is no longer started. Preferably, it'd be nice if we could have XMonad started this way as well (or even set in a configuration option like with Gnome or KDE), but the former isn't possible until XMonad supports the required Session Management Protocol and the latter isn't possible in Xfce at all.

No wallpaper colors in Xfce 4.10 - Stack Exchange

Whilst XMonad is a truly excellent Window Manager, alone it doesn't offer the full convenience of an entire Desktop Environment, such as the provided menus, all-in-one configuration settings, consistent dialogs, etc. Out of the three main DEs available in Unix-like Operating Systems - Gnome, KDE and Xfce - the latter is often touted as the most "nimble" of the lot. In my own opinion, it is simpler to use than KDE but with more configuration options (and a saner environment) than Gnome.

I'm in Linux Mint 14, updated to Xfce 4.10

Swapping of two windows does not reflect in the xfce panel. Also the order of the windows in the xfce panel does not match with the order of the windows in xmonad's stack.

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