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Got it! 1) Copy all the pics to /usr/share/backgrounds 2) Then take terminal and change directory to that folder. cd /usr/share/backgrounds 3) Then for every image_name.jpg that you just added, type the command: sudo chmod a+rw image_name.jpg 4) Now exit terminal and check your System settings -> Desktop . Your custom wallpapers will be ...


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Normally the only thing that matters is the screen resolution. If say you display is 1280x800, then you want to find a wallpaper that matches that resolution. If you already know your screen's display resolution, great. If not, you can use the GUI or you can also show it in terminal by using the xrandr command. The asterisk *, marks the current set ...



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