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Offline ralul

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RE: Re: RE: Razor-qt: I hope it sticks
« Reply #15 on: 2012/10/29, 16:09:41 »
I have used
systemd-44 on openSUSE
systemd-195 with Gentoo

Also both works, I would not recommend systemd-44: Too uncomfortable, too mixed with old init.d, it is harder to handle when a problem shows up ...

Another question:
I have read about a neu wayland-qt implementation coming up: That would be faszinating to put in use! Has anybody some deeper info about?
experiencing siduction runs better than my gentoo makes me know I know nothing

Offline STiAT

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RE: Re: RE: Razor-qt: I hope it sticks
« Reply #16 on: 2012/10/30, 14:01:50 »
Well, with Qt5 there will be a new lighthouse plugin of course.

For distributions switching to wayland: There would be the need of a WM (KWin, OpenBox etc.).

But KDE is focussing on the platform2/KDE5 (for now), which will enable KWin to get "Lighter", or rid of many KDE dependencies. Martin said he'll focus on wayland lateron again.

So until one of the necessary WMs is ported, there is no chance for a distribution featuring Wayland as their "main" display server. If that happened, it should be possible to port Razor-Qt, which will once again need some time too :).

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RE: Re: RE: Razor-qt: I hope it sticks
« Reply #17 on: 2012/10/30, 22:50:54 »
STiAT, thank you for explanation!
experiencing siduction runs better than my gentoo makes me know I know nothing