Ubuntu Is Switching to Wayland

wayland logoUbuntu is to ship Wayland in place of X.Org Server by default. Word of the display server¹ switch won’t surprise many. Mir, Canonical’s home-spun alternative to Wayland, had been billed as the future of Ubuntu’s convergence play. But both Unity 8 the convergence dream was recently put out to pasture, meaning this decision was widely expected. It’s highly […]

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