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I have D/Ld some desktop wallpaper to my d/l dir and need to move it to the /usr/share/wallpaper dir as root. How do I do that? Do you need to ...
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    How to move wallpaper files to proper dir as root


    I have D/Ld some desktop wallpaper to my d/l dir and need to move it to the /usr/share/wallpaper dir as root. How do I do that? Do you need to open a terminal or log back in as root or something else?. Appreciate the help.
    TitaniumTaz

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    First,
    Code:
    $ man mv
    then,
    Code:
    $ su
    Password:
    # mv /path/to/wallpaper /usr/share/wallpaper

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    Hey sether, Thanks for the info, it did the trick.
    TitaniumTaz

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