How To Change GDM Login Screen Background In Ubuntu

15 Responses

  1. PyDan says:

    Can you share block screen backgound on your article?

  2. Devendra says:

    Hi nice article but i think changing the login background image results in slowing of login and even starting up of Ubuntu machine

  3. Venkatesh says:

    I tried this but now the login screen collapsed totally. images are displaying in waves. username and password field design collapsed. I tried to reset with old code and restarted the system. but noting worked out. How to resolve that now.? anyone faced the same issue here…!!!

  4. ch3tManly says:

    Venkatesh, same exact thing happened to me

  5. Tony Silveira says:

    Worked fine for POP_OS! I edited /usr/share/gnome-shell/theme/pop.css

  6. sk says:

    Thank you, Tony.

  7. thiggy01 says:

    I created a script to automate this process of changing your gdm login screen background. Instructions on installation and usage can be found in https://github.com/thiggy01/gnome-change-login-background

  8. Shane says:

    Doesn’t work on the latest releases of Gnome and GDM 🙁

  9. Mike says:

    If I have two or three screens how can I show the image in each screen instead of extending the same image through all screens

  10. DrEmmettBrown says:

    dude , it’s not changing even saying “it changed successfully”.

    There is something wrong.

  11. Shane says:

    This actually works on POP_OS! 19.10 but Tony’s instructions do not. Thanks!

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