Spectrum

GDM Themes

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Description:

To wallpapers:
http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Spectrum+Wave?content=110384

P.S.
The screenshot has been made on Asus EEE PC
Last changelog:

11 years ago

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bubi

11 years ago

...it doesn't work with the new GDM, the one you have in Ubuntu Karmic... :-/

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Shelbsterina

11 years ago

I absolutely love this wallpaper background. It works perfectly for the skydome picture for my desktop cube. Thanks for sharing!

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kaeltas

11 years ago

this GDM really like me sooo much! im going to talk about him in my blog thnx for share it

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sakasa

11 years ago

Impressive neonboy. Top dedication to the work. Beautiful!

Best Regards

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11 years ago

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GDM Themes

For applying GDM themes, there is this tool:
https://github.com/juhaku/loginized

Note Ubuntu uses LightDM, so you would need to switch to GDM first to use GDM themes:
https://askubuntu.com/questions/346330/how-to-apply-theme