Re: Unity greeter wallpaper
Hmm, not sure about the whole separate login/desktop wallpapers (having 2 different ones). You could try modifying (at your own peril of course) the default value for the login background. Try modifying the values in /etc/lightdm/unity-greeter.conf :
Originally Posted by satish_j
Just replace background property with the path to the background you want to display. In order to get your desktop background not to overrule the default value in unity-greeter.conf, you will want to have your desktop background stored somewhere where lightdm can't access before login (there may be a simpler solution...anyone?). For me, because lightdm login can't access my home folder before login (encrypted), I could just set my desktop background from my ~/Pictures folder, and the login will always use the default image (warty-final-ubuntu.png from unity-greeter.conf, unless you replace that line). There could be a simpler way, but that should work for you, if you have an encrypted home folder, anyway.
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