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  • Leeo97one
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    https://wayland.freedesktop.org/faq....eading_toc_j_8

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  • oiaohm
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    Originally posted by er888kh View Post
    Wayland has no rendering API.
    Lack of rendering API in wayland protocol has not preventing waypipe from existing and working.

    Yes waypipe is a wayland proxy so a part wayland compositor running with the application this does give the advantage I mentioned to tuxd3v that you can set up wayland remote in way that if ssh session breaks applications don't get remotely terminated.

    So waypipe basically give you the Xpra functionality for Wayland when operating remotely.

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  • oiaohm
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    Originally posted by tuxd3v View Post
    does ssh offers a Waylandforwarding like x11forwarding feature?

    I believe Wayland doesn't have that masterpiece, very useful on servers..
    https://packages.debian.org/bookworm/waypipe
    https://mstoeckl.com/notes/gsoc/blog.html

    That would be waypipe solution at this stage.

    Yes waypipe does provide option over and above the old school ssh -X forwards. That option is have a application not die if ssh connection fails for some reason.

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  • er888kh
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    Originally posted by tuxd3v View Post
    does ssh offers a Waylandforwarding like x11forwarding feature?

    I believe Wayland doesn't have that masterpiece, very useful on servers..
    Wayland has no rendering API.

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  • tuxd3v
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    does ssh offers a Waylandforwarding like x11forwarding feature?

    I believe Wayland doesn't have that masterpiece, very useful on servers..

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  • Amano
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    Are these tests pure Wayland ones or are they XWayland?

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  • gand-alf
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    I‘d be interested in how KDE Plasma behaves under Wayland indeed.

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  • bzs0
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    Michael I'd be interested in a comparison between Plasma Wayland and Plasma X.Org!

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  • Myownfriend
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    And Ubuntu is just on Gnome 40. Pretty positive there were some performance improvements in 41.

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  • curfew
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    Originally posted by ddriver View Post
    Well, considering how much bloat and needless legacy functionality x has, that's no wonder.
    It's the overall architecture of Xorg that simply sucks. Code bloat doesn't have a performance impact so much because it's just unused data consuming some storage space.

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