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    Default opensuse tumblweed has no wallpaper

    hi there

    this is the first time i install opensuse and i chose tumbleweed
    everything went well but the problem was i didn't find the wallpaper even i clicked change background on desktop but i found just the default one

    any help please
    sorry for my English

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    Default Re: opensuse tumblweed has no wallpaper

    Welcome to the openSUSE forums.

    Please which desktop do you use? KDE, Gnome, LXDE, .........
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    Default Re: opensuse tumblweed has no wallpaper

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    Welcome to the openSUSE forums.

    Please which desktop do you use? KDE, Gnome, LXDE, .........
    sir am using Gnome

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    Default Re: opensuse tumblweed has no wallpaper

    A KDE install comes with some wallpaper. A Gnome install only has the openSUSE standard background.

    I normally use KDE. And the wallpaper for KDE can be used also in Gnome.

    When I install Gnome, I search for "background" in Yast Software Management. And one of the packages listed there is "gnome-backgrounds". I install that. But that only seems to work in Gnome. I don't see that wallpaper in KDE.

    There is also a "mate-backgrounds". I have tried that, but it can only be used in MATE.

    While you are about it, also search for "wallpaper". Then you will see "breeze5-wallpapers", "plasma5-workspace-wallpapers" and "desktop-data-openSUSE-extra" which all seem to work in Gnome as well as in KDE.
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    Default Re: opensuse tumblweed has no wallpaper

    Hi
    Changes to the latest version of GNOME, top right and add a picture of your choice, I normally pop them in ~/Pictures folder.
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