Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 28th Apr 2011 20:55 UTC
Linux Yeah, it's the day of double-dippin' today. And, the contradiction couldn't be bigger. In one corner we have one of the oldest and most respected distributions, and in the other corner we have the sometimes controversial but immensely popular relative newcomer. Slackware 13.37 and Ubuntu 11.04 have been released.
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RE[7]: Wayland
by tuma324 on Fri 29th Apr 2011 15:51 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: Wayland"
tuma324
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2010-04-09

"[q]How is it non-usable? You can run a nested X11 session on top of Wayland and have all your applications working. It does work with all the open source drivers (Intel, Nouveau, ATI/Radeon, etc.) and it allows you to run multiple X11 sessions for backwards compatibility.


On Linux.
"

We're talking about Linux here (Ubuntu). Perhaps if BSD users want Wayland they should start working on implementing KMS first. [/q]


You freetards make me laugh, first you keep complaining that there is no progress on Linux when it comes to graphics and user interfaces, now that there is some progress you keep modding down people who are interested about this progress.

Linux will never progress on the desktop, and that's because of you freetards. You freetards are incredibly annoying and should extinct from this earth.

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