Change the images in antiX-19 boot and desktop

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    Can someone help me use the right tool to change the background image at boot/login and the desktop? I tried using the tool in the Session area of the Control Panel but it won’t change the image. Maybe I need to login as root?

    Strangely, I just switched off of min-JWM and back to Space-Fluxbox and now I have my desktop wallpaper back (dark city scape). I was trying out min-JWM to see if I could get the memory used down under 70MB.

    But I still can’t get rid of the blue/gray lines at login. I HATE that image and would like to change it to something else.


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    Look at /etc/slim.conf

    Philosophers have interpreted the world in many ways; the point is to change it.

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    Thank you, thank you, thank you! I was looking in the wrong place. It was not on the Session tab but on the System tab, under Edit Config Files. And it is called “current_theme” instead of an image file.

    I hated those lines! Now I have it set to Dark City. Much better!

    Thanks anti!

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