Load Desktop Backgrounds Immediately in Linux

April 15, 2008 – 9:05 AM

When logging into Ubuntu or most any GNOME-based Linux system, users see a blank one-color screen until the actual desktop is loaded—which can make one feel like something’s broken, or at least make your boot experience less fluid. One intrepid Ubuntu hacker, however, shows how to banish the blank screen and have GNOME display your chosen background image or color right away. The tutorial requires installing an “xloadimage” package in Ubuntu, but the open-source package is available in many distributions.

Via Lifehacker

Source: Ubuntu Forums

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