Note: Wallpapoz is no longer in development and the following links are no longer working.
Wallpapoz is an easy to use wallpaper changer application for GNOME. If you love to collect wallpapers, and like your desktop to change wallpaper at regular interval, then Wallpapoz is right for you.
GNOME desktop does not come with a wallpaper changer. While there has been lots of wallpaper changing script developed by enthusiasts, none of them provide an easy to use graphical interface. Most of them will require you to run the code in your terminal.
Wallpapoz is different…
It provides a simple interface where you can add/manage/preview wallpaper (or the whole wallpaper folder) easily. You can set the time (in minute) for the wallpaper to change and whether to change in an ordered list or in random order.
One of the features that I like most is its ability to change wallpaper when you switch workspace. Did I mention that it also works well with Compiz? :)
Download the source code from http://wallpapoz.akbarhome.com/download.html
Retrieve the required dependencies (for Ubuntu Gutsy):
Unzip the Wallpapoz file:
Installing the Wallpapoz
Upon successful installation, you should see
Open Wallpapoz via Applications->Accessories->Wallpapoz
Click “Add Files” to add a single wallpaper or “Add Directory” to add the whole wallpaper folder.
Click on the “Preferences” button
Change the time (in minute) to your liking. Check the “Change desktop wallpaper…” box if you want to change wallpaper when you switch workspace. If you have 4 desktop spaces, you should see the following:
where the 1, 2, 3, 4 on the left hand side refer to the workspace number. You can choose to add different wallpapers for different workspace.
Once you have finished your configuration, click “Restart” to run the Daemon.
To configure the Wallpapoz Daemon to run every time you boot up your PC, go to System -> Preferences -> Sessions.
Click Add. Enter the following: