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I’m actually looking for a wallpaper I used to have on my xubuntu 14.04. I have no clue whether it was an ubuntu one or not. It was blue, cartoon style, and it represented a band of paper airplanes about to attack some planet. Could someone help to find it please ? (sorry if I made mistakes, I’m not a native speaker)

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This is a summary of my attempts from how do I make this gif into a wallpaper from Ubuntu Forums:

I’m running Lubuntu 18.04.

After deciding that I want to use a video as my wallpaper, I got my window ID from xwininfo, then I created a video-wallpaper.desktop file and placed it inside /home/ardouronerous/.config/autostart/:

[Desktop Entry] Version=1.1 Type=Application Name=Video Wallpaper Exec=mpv -loop-file=inf --osc=no --cursor-autohide=no --wid=<ID> /home/ardouronerous/Videos/video.mp4 

It works on startup, but the downside to using this is that the value of the window ID changes, so I have to get the value of window ID from xwininfo and change wid= in my video-wallpaper.desktop every time it changes, it’s inconvenient.

After getting my window ID from wmctrl -l this is my next attempt:

[Desktop Entry] Version=1.1 Type=Application Name=Video Wallpaper Exec=bash -c "mpv -loop-file=inf --osc=no --cursor-autohide=no --wid=$  (wmctrl -l|awk '/<ID>/ {print $  1}') /home/ardouronerous/Videos/video.mp4" 

This doesn’t work on autostart, when I restart my PC, the video doesn’t start, however, when I click on the video-wallpaper.desktop file or when the command in exec is executed in the Terminal, the video starts.

These are my other attempts, which all failed to get my desired results:

mpv -loop-file=inf --osc=no --cursor-autohide=no --geometry=100%:100% /home/ardouronerous/Videos/video.mp4 

The problem with this one is that the titlebar is visible on top and the video is present on the taskbar.

mpv -loop-file=inf --osc=no --cursor-autohide=no --no-borders --geometry=100%:100% /home/ardouronerous/Videos/video.mp4 

The problem here is the video becomes fullscreen, covering the taskbar.

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I followed instructions of https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization to customize my first LiveCD based on ubuntu-18.04.2-desktop-amd64.iso (note that all URI references point to chapters of that tutorial). After testing the result, I found some things where my customization seems not to have worked:

  1. Change the desktop background to custom PNG: Eventhough I added my wallpaper to /usr/share/backgrounds/ and modified /usr/share/gnome-background-properties/ubuntu-wallpapers.xml to point to my wallpaper instead of warty-final-ubuntu.png, the wallpaper is still the warty-final-ubuntu.png. The instructions say that I should modify some more files (see here) but I could not find those.

  2. Change the keyboard layout to QWERTZ: In the instructions there was a section about localization (see here). I couldn’t find /usr/lib/ubiquity/ubiquity/misc.py (probably since I uninstalled ubiquity before) to customize the layout.
    Am I required to have ubiquity installed in order to preset the keyboard layout? I uninstalled it since I plan to use the created LiveCD only as boot medium and not for installing Ubuntu to any computer.
    Furthermore, I did not follow the instructions regarding UEFI boot since I already failed executing the first command sed -i ‘6i loadfont /boot/grub/fonts/unicode.pf2’ boot/grub/grub.cfg .
    Am I required to execute the script to make my LiveCD work properly? What exactly am I customizing here?

  3. Inappropriate screen size: When testing the created ISO with VirtualBox, only a small 800×600 screen is displayed. When starting via the most recent Ubuntu LTS LiveCD, I do not encounter this fixed resolution.
    Is this also related to the CD customization and how can I investigate where this issue comes from?

  4. I skipped the complete Advanced Customization step. This step is not required at all if I don’t want to change anything here, right?

  5. Cleanup process: In the cleanup section, the manual says, after installing software, I should execute: rm /var/lib/dbus/machine-id and rm /sbin/initctl followed by dpkg-divert –rename –remove /sbin/initctl .
    Do I have to run these commands only if I installed new software or also when doing an apt upgrade (this may also install new packages, right?)?

  6. Find, install and test specific network drivers: Since my host system is not an Ubuntu OS, I did the customization in a VirtualBox Ubuntu Guest system. I know from the past, that the network adapter of my computer may not be recognized when booting the physical machine with an Ubuntu LiveCD.
    I’m just wondering how I can find out whether this problem is still present without burning the CD.
    Is it possible from VirtualBox, to delegate the network resource as-is to the guest system for testing whether I need additional drivers?
    And how can I find out which drivers I may need to install?
    As soon as I know what to install, can I just run apt install in the chroot environment to install the drivers as done in the APT section of the tutorial see here?

Since I’m not that familiar with Ubuntu yet, I would appreciate if your answers contain the instructions what I should to as well as a rough explanation what the instructions are for.

Thanks for your help!