A year ago, a new version of Ubuntu came out and one of the first things that people were excited about was the new version.
One of the major changes to the desktop that we saw with the Ubuntu 15.10 update was that the default desktop wallpaper was now a monochrome one, but you can still choose to use the traditional wallpaper in the background if you want.
With Ubuntu 15:15, this changed.
Now you can choose between using a monoscreen desktop wallpaper or a fullscreen one, which is more comfortable.
As with other Ubuntu releases, the default wallpaper is a monospace one.
You can also choose between a monorail and a monolithic desktop wallpaper if you prefer.
If you’re looking for a way to get your desktop setup to work on a computer with a Raspberry PI or Raspberry Pi Zero, there’s a little trick to get it working.
The easiest way to do this is to add an entry in the /etc/apt/sources.list file that contains a command such as apt-get update .
This is the file that tells apt which versions of software are installed on your system, and what version of each of them you want to install.
The file for this will look something like this: apt-get -y install -y add-apt-repository pypi-project ubuntu-12.04 debian-12ubuntu2 gnome-session gsettings nano lxpanel-gnome unity-session-base xorg-server-xorg libgtk-3-mesa-glib python-numpy Xresources-4.6.1-1ubuntu1.4.0ubuntu1-raspbian3 gtk2-2.0-0ubuntu0.9.3-rpi-2-i386-1 sudo apt-cache policy-set -p # sudo apt-add-repo ppa:ubuntu-14.04-desktop-updates/ubuntu-16.04