Tizen 3.0 Milestone Released, Finishes Replacing X.Org With Wayland
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 19 September 2015 at 09:41 AM EDT. 23 Comments
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The Tizen Project has announced the Tizen 3.0 first milestone release for TV and Mobile devices.

This Tizen 3.0 milestone is making use of the Linux 4.0 kernel, 64-bit SoC support, a new security architecture, the X Server is replaced with Wayland, WebKit2 is replaced by Chromium-EFL, Buxton2 was added, and various other package additions/updates.

More details on this week's Tizen 3.0 milestone release over at Tizen.org.
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