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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`".
Il y a aussi l’outil `lg` (looking glass) de GNOME qui vous permettra de déterminer quel serveur d’affichage une fenêtre utilise. Pour ce faire, lancez l’application en tapant `lg` dans la boite de dialogue d’exécution ou sur la ligne de commande, sélectionnez « `Fenêtres` » dans le coin supérieur droit de l’outil, et cliquez sur le nom de l’application (ou de la fenêtre ouverte) que vous voulez connaitre. Si la fenêtre s’exécute sous wayland, elle affichera « `MetaWindowWayland` » et si elle s’exécute sous X11, elle affichera « `MetaWindowX11` ».
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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 est un serveur d’affichage qui a été (au moment de la rédaction de ce document) introduit comme serveur d’affichage par défaut dans GNOME. Il est dit que Wayland remplacera éventuellement X11 comme serveur d’affichage par défaut sous Linux et de nombreuses distributions ont commencé à utiliser Wayland. Wayland est un serveur d’affichage plus moderne et possède actuellement une base de code plus petite. Wayland est toujours en cours de développement, et il y a encore des applications et des comportements qui ne fonctionnent pas comme prévu, vous pouvez constater que certaines applications n’ont pas été mises à jour pour fonctionner correctement avec Wayland et actuellement la seule façon dont ces applications fonctionneront est d’utiliser Xorg au lieu de Wayland. Il s’agit notamment de certains anciens logiciels ou jeux.
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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`".
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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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