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If you are not running under Wayland the variable will not contain any values. You can also use loginctl to show you what type of session is running:
Si usted no está trabajando bajo Wayland la variable no contendrá ningún valor. También puede usar loginctl para mostrar que tipo de sesión está corriendo:
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If you are not running under Wayland the variable will not contain any values. You can also use loginctl to show you what type of session is running:
Si usted no está trabajando bajo Wayland la variable no contendrá ningún valor. También puede usar loginctl para mostrar que tipo de sesión está corriendo:
a month ago
Wayland is a display server protocol which was (at the time of writing) introduced as the default in GNOME. It is said that Wayland will eventually replace X11 as the default display server on Linux and many distributions have begun implementation of Wayland. Wayland is a more modern protocol and has a smaller code base currently. Wayland is still under development, and there are still applications and behaviours that don't work as expected, you may find that some applications have not been updated to work properly in Wayland and currently the only way these applications will run is using Xorg instead of Wayland. This includes some legacy system applications and games.
Wayland es un protocolo servidor de visualización que era (en el momento de escribir esto) introducido como servidor de visualización predeterminado en GNOME. Se dice que Wayland reemplazará eventualmente a X11 como el servidor de visualización predeterminado de Linux y muchas distribuciones han empezado la implementación de Wayland. Wayland es un servidor de visualizaciónel protocolo más moderno y tiene actualmente un código base más pequeño. Wayland está todavía en desarrollo y existen todavía aplicaciones y comportamientos que no trabajan como se espera, puede encontrar que algunas aplicaciones no han sido actualizadas para trabajar apropiadamente en Wayland y actualmente la única manera de que estas aplicaciones corran es usando Xorg en lugar de Wayland. Esto incluye algunas aplicaciones y juegos del sistema heredados.
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The Wayland Protocol
El Protocolo Wayland
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There is also the `lg` (looking glass) tool in GNOME that will allow you to determine which protocol a specific window is using. To do this, you run the application by typing `lg` in the run dialog or at the command line, select "`Windows`" in the upper right corner of the tool, and click on the application name (or open window) you want to know about. If the window is running in wayland it will say "`MetaWindowWayland`" and if it is running in X11 it will say "`MetaWindowX11`".
También está la herramienta `lg` (espejo) en GNOME que le permitirá determinar que servidor de visualización está usando una ventana. Para hacer esto, corra la aplicación tecleando `lg` en el dialogo ejecutar o en la linea de comando, seleccione "`Windows`" en la esquina superior derecha de la herramienta y pulse en el nombre de la aplicación (o ventana abierta) sobre la que desea saber algo. Si la ventana está corriendo en wayland dirá "`MetaWindowWayland`" y si está corriendo en X11 dirá "`MetaWindowX11`".
2 months ago
Wayland is a display server protocol which was (at the time of writing) introduced as the default in GNOME. It is said that Wayland will eventually replace X11 as the default display server on Linux and many distributions have begun implementation of Wayland. Wayland is a more modern protocol and has a smaller code base currently. Wayland is still under development, and there are still applications and behaviours that don't work as expected, you may find that some applications have not been updated to work properly in Wayland and currently the only way these applications will run is using Xorg instead of Wayland. This includes some legacy system applications and games.
Wayland es un servidor de visualización que era (en el momento de escribir esto) introducido como servidor de visualización predeterminado en GNOME. Se dice que Wayland reemplazará eventualmente a X11 como el servidor de visualización predeterminado de Linux y muchas distribuciones han empezado la implementación de Wayland. Wayland es un servidor de visualización más moderno y tiene actualmente un código base más pequeño. Wayland está todavía en desarrollo y existen todavía aplicaciones y comportamientos que no trabajan como se espera, puede encontrar que algunas aplicaciones no han sido actualizadas para trabajar apropiadamente en Wayland y actualmente la única manera de que estas aplicaciones corran es usando Xorg en lugar de Wayland. Esto incluye algunas aplicaciones y juegos del sistema heredados.
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There is also the `lg` (looking glass) tool in GNOME that will allow you to determine what display server aich protocol a specific window is using. To do this, you run the application by typing `lg` in the run dialog or at the command line, select "`Windows`" in the upper right corner of the tool, and click on the application name (or open window) you want to know about. If the window is running in wayland it will say "`MetaWindowWayland`" and if it is running in X11 it will say "`MetaWindowX11`".
2 months ago
Wayland is a display server protocol which was (at the time of writing) introduced as the default display server in GNOME. It is said that Wayland will eventually replace X11 as the default display server on Linux and many distributions have begun implementation of Wayland. Wayland is a more modern display serverprotocol and has a smaller code base currently. Wayland is still under development, and there are still applications and behaviours that don't work as expected, you may find that some applications have not been updated to work properly in Wayland and currently the only way these applications will run is using Xorg instead of Wayland. This includes some legacy system applications and games.
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