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Anybody have an idea on how to change the wallpaper/background that shows up on the login screen after a resume from hibernation/suspend? I have been able to work my way ...
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    Anybody have an idea on how to change the wallpaper/background that shows up on the login screen after a resume from hibernation/suspend? I have been able to work my way through changing the backgrounds at the plymouth boot up, grub2 boot and initial login screen. The resume from hibernation/suspend however is still showing the bright green Mint 9 default wallpaper/background.

    I was able to change the initial login screen using the:

    sudo cp /usr/share/applications/gnome-appearance-properties.desktop /usr/share/gdm/autostart/LoginWindow

    and then the:

    sudo unlink /usr/share/gdm/autostart/LoginWindow/gnome-appearance-properties.desktop

    to put the logout process back to normal.

    Works great for initial login background but doesn't change the resume from hibernate/suspend background.

    I am a newbie to Linux and must say I am impressed with the amount of help available on the blogs. Thanks to all who take the time to help.

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    I am stuck with the exact same quesiton. Haven't found exactly where the post suspend/hibernate/screensaver login screen settings are.

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