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How To Change The Background And Theme Of GDM [Ubuntu]

GDM Tweaker is a simple tool you can use to change the theme or background of GDM. In this article, we take a look at the application and tell you how you can install it.

 How-To   Linux  

By Ricky

How To Set Your Desktop Wallpaper As The GDM and Plymouth Background In Ubuntu 10.04

Have you ever wanted to have a uniform background in your Desktop, GDM and Plymouth in Ubuntu? If yes then read on. In this article we will tell you how to easily do it in 5 minutes garantuo’s Global Wallpaper script. To set your Desktop wallpaper as the background, first download garantuo’s Global Wallpaper Script…

 Eyecandy   How-To   Linux  

By Ricky

Disabling the display (X Server) restart with ctrl-alt-bksp

Disabling the display (X Server) restart with ctrl-alt-bksp

Open the xorg.conf file in your favourite text editor. This file, xorg.conf lies in the /etc/X11 folder in most standard Linux installations. Then add the following lines at the end of the xorg.conf file:

 Hacks   How-To   Linux  

By Debjit

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