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Mir Displayer Server to Be Default in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

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mcdsev3r

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The new Mir display server developed by Canonical is still under heavy development and it seems that the soonest Mir will arrive is with Ubuntu 16.04, which is the next LST in line.
Soon after Mir was announced, it seems that Canonical was really pushing for fast release. Rumors about the integration in Ubuntu 13.10 and Ubuntu 14.04 floated around for a while, but in the end it was decided that the technology is not ready for mass deployment and the developers needed to concentrate on the Ubuntu for phones.
The truth is that Mir is already running successfully on Ubuntu for phones and tablets, but the Desktop version is a different beast and needs a lot more work due to the diversity of the hardware out there. Mark Shuttleworth, the founder of Canonical, provided a general timeline for the adoptions of Mir as a default display server on Ubuntu systems.
“My expectation is that in the next 12 months we’ll see lots of people running Mir as the default display server and by 16.04 it will be the default and there are lot of reason why that will let us support more hardware, let us get much better performance, and let us do some great things with some of the software companies,” said Mark Shuttleworth during the keynote for the Ubuntu Developer Summit.
It’s very likely that the switch to another displayer server will be very smooth, if the default is planned to arrive in a little over two years. This will translate into more time for Canonical to get official support from NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel, making the transition much easier.

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tin minte ca nu cu mult timp in urma se anunta ca noul mir va fi lansat cu ubuntu 14.04, vad ca amana lansarea.

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Au zis initial ca va fi inclus in 13.10 si unii pe aici il preamareau ! Chiar si cand va fi gata tot nu-i e clara soarta (decat pe Ubuntu) fiindca restul nu au optat spre el.

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Mai precis pe Ubuntu+ Unity, Kde si Xfce4 (cel putin) merg pe Wayland! Sper ca si Wayland va fi 100% functional pana-n 2016...

Oricum concurenta intre Mir si Wayland nu poate fi decat benefica pentru utilizatori!

Edited by shogun1, 13 March 2014 - 12:54.


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Cam asta e stadiul in care se afla momentan pe mobile, nu cred ca se apuca de desktop prea curand.

Edited by Gh3r0m, 20 March 2014 - 13:42.


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