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    Having loaded Sabayon on my playputer for a while, I can confirm that it is offensively pink!
    What do we want?
    Time machines!

    When do we want 'em?
    Doesn't really matter does it!?


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    Quote Originally Posted by elija View Post
    Having loaded Sabayon on my playputer for a while, I can confirm that it is offensively pink!
    Thank you, now to figure out how to get back to the Blue I had before.

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    The Xfce edition used lightdm and the gtk greeter. You can see what display manager you are running by using
    Code:
    systemctl show display-manager
    . Assuming it is lightdm, the config files should be in /etc/lightm/ where the gtk greeter config is called lightdm-gtk-greeter.conf. Edit that file and change the background to something more suitable. Have a look in /usr/share/backgrounds (or maybe /usr/share/images) for some alternatives.

    If you are not using the gtk greeter, the file name will probably be different.
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    Thanks. I managed to blow up my Sabayon partition last night after an upgrade, not sure what happened. Rebooted and the system told me it could not find the disk. Nothing was being recognized. So I tried to blow away the partition and was going to install from scratch but now when I try to install it tells me there is no GPT on the disk. Not sure what is going on now. This is a dual boot with windows 7. W7 I got to work by fixing the MBR. I should still be able to install Sabayon on the free part of the drive but it is not working.

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