Wayland Session Added to KDE Neon Unstable Developer Edition

Wayland is installed by default in the latest builds of KDE Neon Developer Edition. The Ubuntu-based software stack — it doesn’t like to be called a distribution, remember — is shipping the next-gen display server protocol as part of the default install for the unstable branch of its developer edition, whose software is built daily from […]

This post, Wayland Session Added to KDE Neon Unstable Developer Edition, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.


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