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    Default GNOME Shell 3.10 Is Ready To Shine On Wayland

    Phoronix: GNOME Shell 3.10 Is Ready To Shine On Wayland

    GNOME Shell 3.9.92 was released this morning as the GNOME Shell 3.10 release candidate. With this latest release of the core GNOME 3 user-interface, the Wayland branch has been merged!..

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQ2NDA

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    Is there some Debian-based distribution with good Wayland support? I like Fedora, I just don't like RPM and the package management...

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    I wonder when Fedora 20 picks this update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amehaye View Post
    Is there some Debian-based distribution with good Wayland support? I like Fedora, I just don't like RPM and the package management...
    aptosid or siduction...

    But you're probably better off with fedora since it integrates systemd and gnome better.

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    I hope this won't be too painful to set up in Arch, since that's probably the most feasible way to really use it before Fedora 20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amehaye View Post
    Is there some Debian-based distribution with good Wayland support? I like Fedora, I just don't like RPM and the package management...
    Would you explain what you don't like about rpm/yum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scionicspectre View Post
    I hope this won't be too painful to set up in Arch, since that's probably the most feasible way to really use it before Fedora 20.
    Why should it be? Once 3.10 moves into [extra] repo you simply update your system, that's it. You'll have the wayland package installed already anyway, because gtk3 and mesa pull it as a dependency.

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    Great news!

    I should try this out on my test machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amehaye View Post
    Is there some Debian-based distribution with good Wayland support? I like Fedora, I just don't like RPM and the package management...
    https://launchpad.net/~ricotz/+archive/testing

    And eventually...

    https://launchpad.net/~gnome3-team/+...gnome3-staging

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    Default Maybe a Kubuntu based? (RebeccaBlackOS)

    Quote Originally Posted by amehaye View Post
    Is there some Debian-based distribution with good Wayland support? I like Fedora, I just don't like RPM and the package management...
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/rebeccablackos/

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