Multiple Wayland Servers
microcai at fedoraproject.org
Wed Nov 24 18:28:40 PST 2010
> Wayland, then there might be problems... Also display can also be something
> like 192.168.1.1:9, using a remote display :9 on 192.168.1.1... I don't know
> how Wayland would react if that was the display... If its supported, Wayland
> probably would need to invent a new variable...
> And as far as xhost goes, I know that Wayland is local only, but I guess I was
> asking more about Wayland security in multiuser environments using the switch
> user feature, and how to prevent authenticated users from spying on each
> others Wayland sessions.
They won't . Wayland uses UNIX socket, you can set file permission on it.
More information about the wayland-devel