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You have to go into the desktop manager and play with the settings, I believe you have to go into the settings manager, choose the desktop settings, change single image to image list, choose which wallpaper then repeat for the second monitor.


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In my case, I am using the openbox-lxde window manager, but the desktop preferences are handled by pcmanfm. The pcmanfm --desktop-pref opens a menu which allows for setting the wallpaper. The config is updated at /home/username/.config/pcmanfm/LXDE/pcmanfm.conf which is now the default config file for this system's desktop settings. To summarize what is ...



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