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  • #11
    interesting, they use kubuntu for the wayland preview.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Znurre View Post
      Well, maybe because Alt+Shift+F12 is the correct shortcut
      ROFL

      I will try that iso asap. I'm very curious!

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      • #13
        Originally posted by k1l_ View Post
        interesting, they use kubuntu for the wayland preview.
        Ehh, well you do know who Jonathan Riddell is don't you:
        http://www.kubuntu.org/news/jonathan...er-of-kubuntu/

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        • #14
          I tested it
          Laptop with dedicated nvidia GPU - lots of crashes/errors
          Desktop with dedicated nvidia GPU - 1 -2 crashes and then it froze, i had to do a hard reset
          Desktop with integrated Intel GPU -few crashes

          Conclusion: Definitely more work to do for KDE on Wayland and fuck you Nvidia

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          • #15
            Its good to know they work on it.
            On a laptop with haswell cpu and HD 4400 graphics it renders ok but touchpad doesn't work for clicks, had to use buttons. Had a few crashes after which KDE restored momentary.
            On desktop with amd HD5770 i have a rainbow.

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            • #16
              This is a study phase after which the implementation of wayland will be reliable. Wayland currently is the best graphical compositor for Linux operating systems well integrated by PLASMA project, that confers the power to be the real alternative to microsoft systems. It is reliable efficient and improves the hardware acceleration on desktop environment, hence is is also useful also for legacy hardware systems. If Kubuntu is able to reduce the number of tasks to almost Lubuntu level, it will be perfect (IMO).

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              • #17
                doesn't work on my hardware, video appears to be striped.

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