Default background in Debian

Were is the default background for Gnome in Debian stored? I didn't find anything under /etc/skel. I want to change the default background so that every new user on the system has something other then the default Debian background.
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itniflAsked:
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arpitsudCommented:
The background images for GNOME are stored in /usr/share/backgrounds

But there is a way to change the default background for every new user:
Edit the filename & path in the file /usr/share/gconf/defaults/16_ubuntu-wallpapers
Run the command sudo update-gconf-defaults

Now every new user will have the file you specified above as the default wallpaper.
Make sure that the wallpaper image has appropriate permissions set.

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itniflAuthor Commented:
Seems like things are setup littlebit differently on my Debian distribution then your Ubuntu. But you led me on the right track. Thanks!

Seems that my default desktop wall paper was under /usr/share/images/desktop-base/gnome/desktop-background that links to a image.

I also see that there are several setup files under /usr/share/gconf/defaults, but not exactly as you mentioned.
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