Fedora 26 supplemental wallpapers has been released. How to install extra wallpapers on Fedora Systems. Fedora 26 supplemental wallpapers can be installed using sudo and the dnf tool.
The release reads:
The Fedora Design team works with the community for each release, on a set of 16 additional wallpapers. Users can install and use these to supplement the standard wallpaper. The Fedora Design team encourages submissions from the whole community. Fedora contributors then use the Nuancier app to vote on the top 16 to include. Voting has closed on the extra wallpapers for Fedora 26 and Fedora Contributors had 15 days time to choose from 92 submissions. A total of 257 Fedora contributors voted. The results page for the voting contains the breakdown of votes, as well as links to the full-size versions of the images.They chose the following 16 backgrounds to be included in Fedora 26.
Installing Fedora supplemental wallpapers
The supplemental wallpapers in Fedora are easy to install. Use sudo and the dnf tool to install the correct package for your desktop environment. For Fedora Workstation, run this command:
# for GNOME or Cinnamon
sudo dnf install f25-backgrounds-extras-gnome
# for KDE
sudo dnf install f25-backgrounds-extras-kde
# for Mate
sudo dnf install f25-backgrounds-extras-mate
# for XFCE
sudo dnf install f25-backgrounds-extras-xfce
Once installed, use desktop environment’s settings tool to change the background. On most desktops, you can right-click an empty desktop area with your mouse for this setting. For instance, on Fedora Workstation, right-click the desktop. Then choose Change Background…. Next, select either the Background or the Lock Screen to change one of the wallpapers. Now you can choose any wallpaper you wish to use.