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In my case this solved the problem.

The org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.background setting had been disabled but I cannot determine why. Once I checked this checkbox in dconf-editor and changed my wallpaper, it was reflected on the login screen.


edited Jul 26 at 20:14


answered Apr 22 at 20:32






I had the same issue after upgrading to 14.04. This solved my problem! –  DisgruntledGoat May 13 at 20:54

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I simply copied my wallpaper on top of /usr/share/backgrounds/warty-final-ubuntu.png and it worked without problems.


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I just solved this by copying my background image into the folder /usr/share/backgrounds (with a pkexec nautilus — lazy me, or in a better way with sudo cp /path/to/image.jpg /usr/share/backgrounds). After that, I changed the background image from Unity in a regular way. You have to do this last change for any of the desktop manager you have on your system. Also, I think image has to be outside of the user’s folder.

It worked for me.


Změna pozadí u lightdm