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How to turn your CentOS desktop green?

After our previous tutorial to install Clearlooks on CentOS, let's see how you can make your whole CentOS desktop green - Ok, if you don't like green, you should go no further :)

First you need to have the Clearlooks theme installed and selected to Clearlooks-Olive. Then, download the green CentOS wall paper that suits your screen:

Save your wall paper on your desktop and issue the following command:

$ su -
# mv ~username_here/Desktop/wallpaper* /usr/share/backgrounds/images/
#

Then go to "Applications > Preferences > Desktop background" and select your new wall paper. Your new CentOS desktop should look like this:

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