How to install Dawn of Ubuntu wallpapers in Ubuntu 9.10(karmic)

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Install Day of ubuntu wallpapers in ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic)

Procedure to follow

Open your terminal and type the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dylanmccall/ppa

Update the source list

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install day-of-ubuntu-wallpaper

Day of ubuntu wallpapers

dawn

noon

dusk

midnight

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21 thoughts on “How to install Dawn of Ubuntu wallpapers in Ubuntu 9.10(karmic)

  1. Awsome ! But can you install this in Intrepid (I must say I’m waiting for Lucid) ?
    add-apt-repository does not seem to work …

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    admin Reply:

    at the moment only for karmic

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  2. I really like this idea in general, but isn’t there some program that would include a set of wallpapers to choose from or, at least, is it possible to replace the current wallpapers with my own?

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  3. I found day-of-ubuntu.xml and day-of-ubuntu folder in /usr/share/backgrounds. Seems it’d probably be easy to create own sets of backgrounds. Thanks for the post.

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  4. so let me get this str8. some of you are running linux, but don’t know how to change the background? am i the only one who finds that odd

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  5. Excuse my ignorance, but how do you process the .xml file so that the .jpg files rotate during the day ? Isn’t that the purpose of this package ?

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  6. in 9.10 The ‘wallpapers’ can be contained in a directory, with a .xml file that defines how/when they change. This package is a set of wallpapers and a xml file that sets when they change.

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  7. I understand and see that. I am using kubuntu which allows for a list of graphic images to be rotated as a background image. I don’t see how I can use the .xml file in that situation. Does the gnome desktop (ubuntu) do something differently with the .xml for a background desktop ?

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  8. I too had a problem getting this setup at first. As KruyKaze said, it is in appearance; but mine was about 1/3 down the screen. I noticed it because it had a next button below the picture and the thumbnail was “stacked” indicating more than one image. Hope this helps anyone else that was as confused as I was.

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