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Protokol Wayland

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 is enabled by default in the GNOME Desktop. You can choose to run GNOME in X11 by choosing the Gnome on xorg option in the session chooser on the login screen. Currently KDE still uses X11 and although there is a plasma-wayland session available, it is not considered stable or bugfree at this time.

Menentukan apakah Anda sedang memakai Wayland

Satu cara untuk menentukan apakah Anda sedang menjalankan dalam Wayland, adalah dengan memeriksa nilai dari variabel $WAYLAND_DISPLAY. Untuk melakukan ini ketikkan:


Bila Anda tidak sedang menjalankan di bawah Wayland, variabel tidak akan memuat nilai apa pun. Anda juga dapat memakai loginctl untuk menampilkan tipe sesi apa yang sedang berjalan:

$ loginctl show-session <NOMOR_SESI_ANDA> -p Type

Untuk menentukan nomor sesi Anda, sekadar mengetik loginctl mestinya memberikan rincian sesi Anda.

There is also a legacy X11 server provided with Wayland for compatibility purposes. To determine what applications are running in this mode, you can run the following command:

$ xlsclients

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”.

Sumber Daya Tambahan

Untuk mencari tahu lebih banyak tentang Wayland, silakah lihat situs web berikut:

Bila Anda perlu menentukan apakah suatu masalah yang sedang Anda alami terkait dengan wayland, lihat wiki Fedora pada taut di bawah: