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9 responses to How to Change Login Screen Background in Ubuntu 20.04

  1. Nunya Bidness May 13, 2020 at 10:55 pm

    Worked perfectly, thank you!

  2. Hi dude,

    why images show in zoom config?

  3. Hi,

    I get a syntax error on the first line;

    syntax error near unexpected token `newline’
    `’

    Am I missing something?

    Here is my system.
    Linux red-Inspiron 5.4.0-31-generic #35-Ubuntu SMP Thu May 7 20:20:34 UTC 2020 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

    Thanks.

  4. hi when i try to execute the script after inserting the desired images path it says that the image path doesn’t exist. i write the path like this /home/pictures/wallpapers/fag.jpg

    any help is appreciated!! happy linuxing!!

    • Make sure you typed correct file path.

      Open the folder with the picture image and press Ctrl+L on keyboard, it will show you the path in file browser header bar

    • Is you username “pictures” or is pictures a directory in your home? It appears that you may have left your username off the path. i.e.:

      /home//pictures/wallpapers/fag.jpg.

  5. I am getting a “sudo: ./focalgdm3: command not found” error when trying to run the script. I tried renaming it to *.sh with the same results.

    • @lavas “sudo bash ./focalgdm3 –set”, and you have to install “libglib2.0-dev” from “https://pkgs.org/search/?q=libglib2.0-dev”.

  6. @Ji M, your focalgdm3 requires libglib2.0-dev “https://pkgs.org/search/?q=libglib2.0-dev”, and it works successfully.

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