Where can I find a screen saver running in Linux Mint?
@Wixen, you're using Linux Lite, right? (And the OP is using Linux Mint.) You both should have a screensaver built-in, including for slideshows. Click your Menu button in the lower left corner, type in screensaver and click on it to bring up its Preferences. You may need to first enable the screensaver with the slide switch at the top of the Preferences window. Then scroll down the list of Themes on the left and click on Slideshow. Finally, click the icon below the Themes (with 4 horizontal lines) so you can set the Slideshow specific preferences, like the Location of your photos, and whether to randomize or stretch the images. I don't see a setting to control how long each photo stays before switching to the next one. Be sure to Activate the screensaver and set the idle time before it engages.I'd like a slideshow of pictures of my dogs as a screensaver. Is that possible in linux?