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Mate-Screensaver (Using XScreensavers) Download [mate-screensaver-hacks] package, unpack it and hold for later. Install packages with additional screensavers: xscreensaver-data xscreensaver-data-extra xscreensaver-gl xscreensaver-gl-extra xscreensaver [Note: xscreensaver is ONLY installed to load the {.xscreensaver} file into the /home directory and to ...


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You can set system-wide dconf settings by storing them in a text file under /etc/dconf/db/local.d and running dconf update. If you've set up things on a user's account, you can print out the settings in text form with the dconf command line utility. dconf dump / prints out all known settings but you should only retain the settings that you modified.


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The easiest thing to do is to simply use the gui. On your panel go to System>Appearance and click on that. First thing to come up should be the tool for setting the theme and so forth. The one in current use should be highlighted in the upper right hand corner of that tool. There you can customize the look and feel of your Mate desktop. Have fun ...



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