Tags: background, brown, color, gdm, login, remove, xfce, xubuntu
You may have noticed after upgrading to Xubuntu Gutsy that your background color turns brown for a few seconds, before returning back again. If you have, then you may have also noticed that it doesn’t really match well.
Turns out the program is straight in the login manager. Specifically, in the file
/etc/gdm/PreSession/Default. Thankfully, it’s easy to fix.
Open up a terminal (Xfce Menu > Accessories > Terminal) and run the following:
sudo mv Default /etc/gdm/PreSession/
Log out and in, and the background color will be gone. Enjoy!
(Thanks to NoVista at http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=3584409&postcount=6 for this tip!)