Blender 3.4 open-source and cross-platform 3D graphics software is now available for download. This major update brings native Wayland support on Linux and many improvements.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.1 is now available with native Mozilla Firefox support for the GNOME desktop environment on Wayland sessions, as well as improvements to RHEL for SQL, Red Hat Insights, and Red Hat Smart Management.
The Blender 3.4 open-source 3D graphics creation software promises native Wayland support on Linux systems. Here’s what you need to know!
Phosh 0.15.0 pure Wayland shell for GNOME on mobile devices is now available with full VPN support, swipeable notification frame, improved Settings, and much more.
Collabora’s Wayland driver for Wine gets support for the Vulkan graphics API, multi-monitor support, HiDPI support, cursor clipping and relative mouse movement, and Wayland keymap handling.
OBS Studio 27.0 open-source and free live streaming and screen recording software is now available for download with Wayland support on Linux, as well as various other improvements.
Collabora improves their experimental Wayland driver for Wine with support for copy and paste actions, drag and drop support, and support for changing the display mode.
The Ubuntu Desktop team announced today that the upcoming Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) operating system may ship with the Wayland display server by default.
The Tails anonymous Linux distribution plans to migrate to Wayland in 2021 to improve app security, as well as to revamp censorship circumvention and improve persistent storage settings.
Mir 2.2 Wayland compositor is now available for download. This release comes with support for software buffers on X11, Wayland, and GBM/KMS, better Fedora Rawhide compatibility, and various other improvements.
Ikey Doherty’s new startup Lispy Snake presents Serpent, an open-source game framework for helping indie game developers create 2D games.