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I am using System V 4.0 and how can I set a picture for my background? I was trying to edit .Xresources but it doesn't work. Sorry if this question sounds stupid.
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You just need run xv OR xview OR loadimage to set picture on background.
For example:
xv -root -quit girl.jpg

Check their manual for detials.
xv is freeware can be downloaded from net, and some systems have loadimage installed by default.
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Thanks, Check out my other question
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