cinnamon wayland 2020
If you dig through the relevant wikis, you’ll find admissions that Wayland is X12, created by the X11 maintainers… they just don’t call it X12 because they didn’t want people up in arms that X12 looks nothing like X11. No the Cinnamon Spin does not run on Wayland Still trying to figure out how to share the public folder on the local network cptgraywolf February 3, 2020, 3:07am #3 I’m aware and appreciative of the benefits of wayland vs xorg, but I don’t know enough of the details to understand why those benefits required so many individualized implementations. While I concur that nvidia’s drivers are far more performant than the open source drivers, we’ve got to be extremely careful drawing conclusions based on that. Poor interoperability with X11 apps in Gnome Shell? When i drag windows around, it lags begind mouse pointer. That is not the story. Canonical wasn’t lambasted for NIHing Wayland. Then Nvidia cripples Nouveau by not providing the signed firmware to activate the cards power management to allow the card to move off base clocks. Why? As for why Nvidia split their driver team in two, have you ever considered the idea that maybe they wanted to do a test to see just how far GBM could be extended in order to bring it up to speeds with their proprietary driver without completely stopping work on their proprietary driver (which is already known to be highest performing driver for their hardware)? This means that it is as extensible as X11, but since everything can be made obsolete, it is even more futureproof than X11 (which is very futureproof, as demonstrated by the extensions that allowed to fully replace the render engine and use composition). Cinnamon not supporting Wayland is a Cinnamon issue, not a Wayland one. The reason put forward by the team on Snap support is understandable. Standards adherence allows for interoperability and shared technology for X Window System desktops, with similar Wayland support being worked on. Once Wayland becomes the standard protocol and it’s clear that DE’s need to transition, I get the feeling that alot of these X11 DE’s will get left behind… To date, there isn’t a single Mesa (or otherwise opensource) GPU driver that comes anywhere near the performance of Nvidia’s drivers. Gnome’s is different than KDE’;s If I were just using KDE, I’d have to say wayland is terrible. Sure, the Nouveau driver eventually caught up to the performance of Nvidia drivers that were no longer being maintained, but there’s never been a point in time where the Nouveau has been a better driver than the current Nvidia driver of that time. I have tried Gnome 3.20 on Arch, and I can assure that it completely works with no flaws so far. September 6 Students' schedules for the 2020-21 year are now available in Home Access Center. I call it the super DE for a reason. They’re going to make Wayland the future whether you like it or not. I was not able to test this as only 100% and 200% was available in VirtualBox. Almost as if to be featureful, a certain amount of machinery is really needed. Most Wayland compositors only work on systems using Kernel mode setting. Nvidia was right about EGLStream. When I did install one it would not load in the past or it would crash soon after it loaded. WSL âinstall with distro support is coming soon to Insiders. Will this ever change, I doubt it! Of course that underestimates how much Nvidia wants to market split to make money. On MATE and Cinnamon, focus a window, then press Alt + Space, then t to set a window to be always on top. Think Different. And no, I won’t install Desktop Linux just so I can see how cool the icons are, been there, done that. GUIs ate pretty simmilar too. But X.Org have already moved to strict maintenance mode and Wayland is receiving more importance. The Wayland team said that those reasons weren’t valid because they were lies. Wayland is a display server protocol. Yes some of the reason why early wayland compositor developers were not highly interested in a EGLStream support is when you know Nvidia is already making a GBM driver why are they spitting their driver development team in two. I replaced an old Nvidia card with an RX580 and have generally been much happier with performance. EGLStreams isn’t superior to GBM… it just allows the compositor less ability to dictate how the hardware should be configured, making implementing KWin on top of it sort of like the ugly hacks Chrome extensions had to use in the early days because the API didn’t provide for the correct solution. It became the default window manager in GNOME 3, replacing Metacity  which used GTK+ for rendering. Other names that Cinnamon uses includes Cinnamon L Lambregtse, Cinnamon L Troy, Cinnamon F Mellema, Cinnamon Lambregtse Mellema and Cinnamon F Lambergtse. I also suppose the idea DEVs make money by DEVing also plays a part. The transition to Wayland is taking far longer than it should, and a lot of important software simply isn’t ready yet. I bought that graphic card couple days ago. Linux Mint 20 comes with Cinnamon 4.6 with fractional scaling support. @Alfman you’re further missing my point about performance. But it has only caused pain, And we will lose the most important feature of X11, network tranparancy. Developed by Canonical, Mir aims to offer a display stack that currently aims to provide a Wayland compositor designed ti make the transition from X11 to Wayland a breeze for many users. It’s horror stories like this that keep me away from Desktop Linux BTW. Because at this point, the company with the better tech stack might be the one to listen to. But this is not the same as concluding their developers or projects are better since that’s a tangential point. In addition to that, it seems that this is the perfect time for all other *nix platforms to break away & develop their own display system, because Wayland will most certainly be a pain for every *nix platform that isn’t Linux -and that’s if a fully functional Wayland implementation is ever even completed. Previously, if a system encountered a low-memory situation, it may have encountered heavy swap usage (aka swap thrashing)â sometimes resulting in the Workstation UI slowing down, or becoming unresponsive for periods of time.Fedora 32 Workstation now ships and enables EarlyOOM by default. Mutter is a window manager initially designed and implemented for the X Window System, but then evolved to be a Wayland compositor. We use network transparency all the time for CAD software but that’s not your typical home deployment and for performance and security reasons we don’t use X11 for remote access.
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