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#1 2019-07-10 18:24:48

dineshsiri
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how to block desktop wallpaper ?

can any one help me out how to block desktop wallpaper in Bunsenlabs os

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#2 2019-07-10 18:31:10

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Re: how to block desktop wallpaper ?

What do you mean by "block" exactly?


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#3 2019-07-10 19:17:24

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Re: how to block desktop wallpaper ?

If you don't want any backgrounds for X then I guess you could comment out nitrogen --restore in your autostart, and purge the desktop-base package.

The safest way to create the effect though may to create a monochrome (black?) tile and use nitrogen to set that as the background.

I can't recall ATM how BL sets the backgrounds before Openbox starts.....

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#4 2019-07-10 19:22:24

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Re: how to block desktop wallpaper ?

block means no one should change background wallpaper

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#5 2019-07-10 19:26:11

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Re: how to block desktop wallpaper ?

here after installing bunsenlabs os we installed lxde desktop environment for easy acccess

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#6 2019-07-10 19:30:09

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Re: how to block desktop wallpaper ?

dineshsiri wrote:

block means no one should change background wallpaper

Do you mean for a $USER with no root access? In that case if you are the administrator you need to set the background another way (probably via debian-alternatives?) and uninstall nitrogen (or whatever lxde uses).


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#7 2019-07-10 19:34:41

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Re: how to block desktop wallpaper ?

dineshsiri wrote:

here after installing bunsenlabs os we installed lxde desktop environment for easy acccess

It is helpful if you give as much information as possible when asking questions, so people don't waste time finding out some basic facts. Eg that you are not using Openbox!


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#8 2019-07-10 20:16:43

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Re: how to block desktop wallpaper ?

dineshsiri wrote:

block means no one should change background wallpaper

How many users in this scenario? And what level of competence?

This might work for you:

1. Switch to a command line only utility like hsetroot to set the wallpaper so there is no right-click options or other GUI; then remove nitrogen and whatever lxde is using these days.

2. Set the wallpaper from a location regular users do not have write access to. Should be able to create a /etc/xdg/autostart/wallpaper.desktop file for that. Openbox reads that directory when it starts.

3. Change the permissions of your wallpaper setting application - i.e hsetroot - so users don't have permission to execute it.

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#9 2019-09-04 19:11:10

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Re: how to block desktop wallpaper ?

1.first right click on desktop goto Desktop preferances click on advanced in that check show menu provided by windows managers when dektop is clicked.
2.then close and right click on desktop you view like menu then.
3.goto /home/zealous/.config/openbox/ in this folder you can find menu.xml

in that add above menu id
<!--
save it
then restart the system

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