Using Linux With Wayland? Here’s What You Should Know
You might have heard about Wayland, a new(ish) protocol that aims to replace the Xorg display server in the distant future. If you’re thinking this won’t affect you, think again — Fedora 25 and above uses it by default. Clearly, it’s something that’s here to stay and will grow. The fact you can use it now is proof of that. But if you want to test out the future, you’ll need to keep some things in mind. What Is Wayland? Put shortly, it’s a protocol which tells your programs how they should appear to you, depending on your actions. For…
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