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My Wallpaper changer search

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With the Advent of Ubuntu 10.1 I began tweaking the Os to my liking, changing the desktop, adding programs, and that sort of stuff. I was doing good until I find that wallpaper-tray is no longer supported by Ubuntu.

sell Ubuntu Linux machines right alongside Win7 machines, and tout that Linux can do just about anything a win7 machine can. So for me, if Win7 can automatically change wallpaper, Linux better be able to do the same. Well no big deal, there's bound to be a dozen or more apps for this. So I start my search, and boy was I wrong! I ended up finding only five wallpaper changer apps for Linux.

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