Fedora 25 Alpha Released With Wayland By Default

Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 30 August 2016 at 10:26 AM EDT. 40 Comments
After originally being delayed, Fedora 25 Alpha made it out today for those wanting to test this initial development snapshot of this next version of the Red Hat sponsored Linux distribution that is aiming to use Wayland by default.

Fedora 25 is making use of Wayland by default on supported systems over the X.Org Server, is shipping with the latest GNOME 3.22 development packages, and has a wealth of other package upgrades.

The complete Fedora 25 Alpha release announcement can be read via the Fedora mailing list. The goal is to have Fedora 25 officially released in mid-November.
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