Two ways to add a Wallpaper to your Ubuntu Terminal

If you like using the terminal as much as I do, you may have noticed how boring it gets sometimes with its black background and white/grey text. Fortunately, there are some ways to add some life and colors to the command line. Some try to turn the background into some nice spot colors, while others change the text color and font. Here is a way for you to customize the terminal so that it becomes more vibrant and alive by changing the background image of your terminal. Before the release of Ubuntu 18.04, the terminal came with a feature that lets you easily change the background image. Now that this feature has been removed, we had to look for other ways to create a memorable background for ourselves. Learn More

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