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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.
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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